My Gold Leave Me

Leave Me Midnight


Release Date March 19th, 2013 : Vinyl w/Download Card

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My Gold Mask
  1. Never Go Home
  2. Some Secrets
  3. I, Animal
  4. In Our Babylon
  5. Burn Like The Sun
  6. Without
  7. Lost In My Head
  8. Further It Gets
  9. Nightfalls
  10. Song Of Wound

All songs written by: Gretta Rochelle and Jack Armondo

Gretta Rochelle: Vocals, Drums (tracks 2,3,5,6,9,10)
Jack Armondo: Guitar, Vocals
James Andrew: Drums (tracks 1,4,7,8)

Synths and additional percussion (tracks 1&5) by: Balthazar de Ley

Recorded by: Balthazar de Ley at Strobe Recording Studios and The Audio Bordello
Mixed by: Sanford Parker at Engine Music Studios
Mastered by: Collin Jordan at The Boiler Room

“My Gold Mask gets mega sounds and emotion out of two instruments, their tense guitar whorls and crackling warbles perfect for this rainy morning” - Fader

"they've been amassing a cultish following for their signature sound, which blends Rochelle's Siouxsie-esque vocal melodies with driving percussion and dark riffs that simultaneously recall the Cocteau Twins and look toward 'futuristic gypsy tribe shit,' as their bio aptly describes." - Huffington Post
"They tick all the right boxes if you want a tightly woven piece of gothic-indie" - AltSounds
"Unlike many modern rock ensembles today, My Gold Mask has crafted a collection of songs that deftly defy classification, belie any disparate influences and are in many ways anachronistic. Drawing from numerous threads of rock, bridging the gap between’ 60s girl-group and today’s directors of darkwave goth, the duo wove together such a novel tapestry that it’s hard to even pin down the time-frame. It’s easy to imagine this album being released in the late 1970s, yet it doesn’t feel stale." - Popstache
"With apt comparisons to Siouxsie and the Banshees, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Joy Division, My Gold Mask makes pleasing and "ominous rock n' roll," according to the music mag Magnet." - Advocate Magazine
"My Gold Mask are many of my favorite things: cold, dark, quite sexy, but, conventionally speaking, also quite scary." - Philthy Mag
"If you need to jumpstart your day or shake things up this afternoon, here’s how." - The Music Ninja
"Your expectations may not have been massive, but what you've just experienced is stunning. A great record, check it out." - Gigape
"The music sounds larger than life. It also sounds amazingly tribal and primitive. The echoing vocals are evocative of a group of monks belting out plainsong inside a giant cathedral." - PostPunkd
"Leave Me Midnight is the perfect soundtrack to your nocturnal escapades" - BangStyle