Connecticut-based rockers Goose appeared on CBS This Morning this past weekend, performing "Hungersite," "Slow Ready," and "Borne" from their critically acclaimed new album, Dripfield.
WATCH "HUNGERSITE" ON CBS SATURDAY MORNING
WATCH "SLOW READY" ON CBS SATURDAY MORNING
WATCH "BORNE" ON CBS SATURDAY MORNING
The weekend also saw the band headlining Radio City Music Hall for two triumphant sold-out nights. Stuart Bogie, D. James Goodwin, and Dave Nelson joined the band on Friday, June 24, while on Saturday, June 25, Father John Misty sat in to perform his song "I'm Writing A Novel," and Trey Anastasio played guitar and sang during the entire third set except for one song. Father John Misty and Anastasio both came back on stage for the encore of The Beatles' "Tomorrow Never Knows."
Goose release their eagerly awaited new album yesterday. Dripfield is available everywhere now via No Coincidence Records. A limited-edition double LP printed on 180g pink drip vinyl with a 12-page booklet is available exclusively at the official Goose webstore. Produced and engineered by D. James Goodwin (Bob Weir, Kevin Morby) at The ISOKON in Woodstock, NY, Dripfield captures Goose’s commanding display of fluid musicianship and creative intentionality on such hypnotic tracks as “Arrow,” “Hungersite,” “Borne,” and “Dripfield,” all available now for streaming and download. Official music videos are streaming now on the official Goose YouTube channel.