GOOSE Look Back On 10 Years Of Seminal Album 'Synrise'
Belgian group GOOSE are truly groundbreaking.
A band whose approach to songwriting has broken the mould, the band's fusion of left field electronics and adventurous indie rock blazed a path for others to follow.
For many fans, 2010's supremely influential full-length 'Synrise' is the point of entry, the moment GOOSE touched their lives.
A remarkable experience, the record's lasting impact of testament to the sheer artistry that runs through this Belgian four-piece.
Touching on influences such as Philip Glass, Giorgio Moroder and Vangelis, their songwriting grandeur allowed GOOSE to touch the greats.
Hell, English graphic designer Storm Thorgerson, the man responsible for Pink Floyd’s iconic 'Dark Side Of The Moon' cover, stepped in to design the sleeve.
Toasting its 10th anniversary, GOOSE are unveiling a host of projects, including a new immersive 8D audio experience, conducted alongside Sennheiser and PXL.
We're able to share a specially constructed documentary, detailing the making of the album, and the impact it has had on both GOOSE and their fans.
Matching new material against archive shots, it's a lucid insight into the creative workings of this mysterious yet emphatically cutting edge group.
Tune in now.
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