Gadè is a melting pot of thrashing riffs, shimmering melodies, and towering beats, born of artist Brett Uren’s British and St Lucian heritage.

Gadè’s forthcoming album, Heartsick Harmony, out July 4 through Monplaisir Recordings, contains twelve constantly shifting pieces that reflect a sincere love for all kinds of music, through a vocalisation of our tense lockdown-era culture both on and offline.

New Noise are proud to premiere the video for “Salt Fat Acid Heat” below:

Uren’s project name is derived from the St Lucia Kwéyòl word, roughly translated as ‘shaman’, which refers to the practice of traditional seer and magic services called Obeah. All music on Heartsick Harmony is proudly DIY and was recorded using Garageband for Smartphone.

On the album’s release, Uren states:

“This is my best attempt to make a new sound from Britain’s innovations in metal, goth, EDM, punk, UK garage, dancehall, drum ‘n’ bass, and pop. If you just love music in all its forms we can connect, because I love it too.”

Pre-order and stream Heartsick Harmony here.

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