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Gossling Announces Debut Album And Release Date

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Melbourne songstress Gossling has finally revealed the release date of her long awaited and much anticipated debut album ‘Harvest Of Gold‘.

The album will be out on Friday November the 1st, and will represent years of hard work by the singer, who slowly rose through the ranks after a number of stellar performances.

Gossling released three EPs, collaborated with 360’s hit, Boys Like You, provided the syncs for the smash hit Offspring and Gossip Girl, worked commercials (Woolsworths) and had a stack of live shows sold out!

Through all this, the singer still doesn’t have an album, so ‘Harvest Of Gold’s release date will delight her fans. But she did drop her lead single for the album, ‘Never Expire‘, which is already out for digital release. The single represents a change for the singer, with the single loaded with electro charged beats and a heavy guitar work.

Gossling has been known for her tender, sweet style of beats. Her work has an alluring characteristic to it, so while ‘Never Expire‘ might be a change, the singer will definitely stick to her roots for her debut album.

Her work has been described by her peeps as “rich and impressively realized” ‘Harvest Of Gold’ has a host of artist collaborating with Gossling. This includes the likes of Oh Mercy frontman Alexander Gow, along with John Castle (The Bamboos, Washington, Vance Joy) and Sparkadia‘s Alexander Burnett.

Check out Gossling’sNever Expire’ before her first album breaks through!

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