“The LA-based singer still values the importance of an absolutely killer bass line pushed front and center, but on “Stronger” the production is cleaner and clearer, a song that’s fingerclicky cool, with a pinch of 60s shimmy and a pipette full of 80s power pop.”
“[Gothic Tropic] seem to have tapped into something special”
“[Gothic Tropic’s music] is comparable to jazz in the way its creation is approached: its success is based upon each member’s ability to selflessly collaborate but also individually flourish.”
– LA WEEKLY
Los Angeles’ Gothic Tropic introduces a new brand of female fronted, guitar-driven indie rock. Yesterday on Interview Magazine, Gothic Tropic shared their new track “How Life Works” and announced their upcoming album. Check out the feature here on Interview Magazine.
Interview Magazine: How did you come up with Fast or Feast, the title of the album?
Gothic Tropic: There’s always a duality lurking above anything I do. I feel like some of the songs are very generous and loving and some of them are angry and depressing. Also, some of the shit I’ve been through… Fast or Feast is when it’s good, it’s really good, and when it’s bad, it fucking sucks. That kind of sums up last year and this year.
About Gothic Tropic:
The brainchild of Cecilia Della Peruti, Gothic Tropic keeps the vibe playful and punchy, bringing audiences into a new era of female rock nobility, nodding to stars like Debbie Harry, and Chrissie Hynde. Delivering a blend of Richard Lloyd and Nile Rodgers on guitar, Gothic Tropic’s Della Peruti has won sponsorships with Fender, and leading pedal manufacturers, and works professionally as a touring and session player for Charli XCX, BØRNS, and more.
07/29 – Los Angeles, CA – Satellite
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Fast or Feast
Old Flame Records
Street Date: October 28, 2016
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