We’re delighted to announce that The Nature Of Why, featuring a score from Will, is travelling to Australia for a show at Perth Festival in February 2019. Choreographed by Caroline Bowditch, with direction by Bowditch and Charles Hazlewood, Will’s score will be performed by the British Paraorchestra & Friends and the Perth Symphony Orchestra. Further details and tickets here: https://www.perthfestival.com.au
The brilliant Mute Records are celebrating 40 years of existence and Spotify have put together this great video to tell their story, including some kind words about us from the founder, Daniel Miller, himself. Check out a selection of Mute releases on their latest mixtape here: https://spoti.fi/MuteMixtape
Don't miss Will's 10 musician strong Will Gregory Moog Ensemble on tour in Bristol, Manchester, Brighton and London this November. Dates and tickets here: http://www.sounduk.net/events/will-gregory-moog-ensemble-2018-tour
In case you missed it the other week, this old favourite is finally available to listen everywhere as part of the original 'Twist' single: https://goldfrapp.lnk.to/twistFA Who was at the Somerset House show back in 2003?
It’s a real honour to have our first album nominated as one of National Album Day's favourite album artworks of the last 70 years. Tag us in a photo of you and 'Felt Mountain' at home or at the exhibition in London Waterloo/Manchester Piccadilly/Glasgow Central and I’ll pick someone to send a signed copy to. Alison x
You can now relive the last 18 years of Goldfrapp with us by following this link and clicking play: https://spoti.fi/2PO85qi
So excited to announce that 'Felt Mountain' has been featured on a list of the most iconic album artworks of the last 70 years for #NationalAlbumDay! You can vote for us as your no.1 at www.artvinyl.com and make sure you check out the exhibition at London Waterloo, Manchester Piccadilly or Glasgow Central. Happy National Album Day!
We’re delighted to announce that the original tracklisting for our 'Twist' single is available to listen to digitally for the first time. Who remembers our cover of 'Yes Sir, I Can Boogie'? Listen here: https://goldfrapp.lnk.to/twistFA