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Gustaf Share Debut Single “Mine”+ Sign To Royal Mountain Records

October 13, 2020

Gustaf Share Debut Single “Mine”

Announce Signing To Royal Mountain Records

Mine 7″Out December 4th

Gustaf are announcing their signing to Royal Mountain Records, alongside their debut single and video “Mine“. The first recorded material from a band who have played sold out shows around the United States based solely on word of mouth, “Mine” offers an engagingly weird and frantically off-kilter look into the all-encompassing world of the Brooklyn-based art-punk quintet.

Mine is seriously addictive, the infectious instrumentation and the fierce lyrics- Gustaf knows how to create an arrangement that will captivate.

Formed in 2018, Brooklyn’s Gustaf have built a kind of buzz that feels like it comes from a different era. The art punk 5 piece are yet to release any recorded music, but rapidly established a reputation as one of New York’s “hardest working…and most reliably fun bands” (BrooklynVegan), and excitement about their danceable, ESG-inspired post punk has expanded outside of their city with remarkable effect despite their scant online presence. The band have found early champions in all quarters, catching the attention of luminaries like Beck – who had the band open for him at a secret loft party he played around the release of his latest album – the New York no wave legend James Chance, and have shared stages with buzzing indie acts like OmniTropical Fuck StormDehd and Bodega, while word of mouth led to sell out shows when they played their first LA headline dates in late 2019. 

While recent events have curtailed Gustaf’s live schedule, the band have remained relentless as ever in 2020, and entered the studio with producer Chris Coady (Beach HouseFuture IslandsTV On The Radio) to work on their first official release.

Mine 7″ is out on Royal Mountain Records on December 4th. It is available for pre-order here.

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