“The Liverpool act join the ranks of Tame Impala-influenced psych hopefuls but land firmly in the upper echelons.” NME
“dances with uncertainties before coming to one severe conclusion…capable of breaking down just about any boundary.” DIY
“Immediately alluring.” Dots and Dashes
Liverpool psych five piece Gulf arrive surfing a warm wave of kaleidoscopic pop with the glistening ‘Emitter.’ Already gathering support online, the track has garnered comparisons to Tame Impala, The Horrors and fellow Liverpudlians Outfit for its delicate spaced-out grooves.
Recorded with Darren Jones (The Maccabees, Bill Ryder Jones, Wombats) Gulf blend the sweet inflections of their disco / funk inspiration into a dreamy landscape of finely tuned melancholy and bright, swirling choruses.
“Being a five piece with three guitars, we find ourselves extensively exploring the arrangement and how different sounds compliment each other. We’re making music to satisfy our psychedelic urges…”