Gone Gone Beyond
So you’ve scored your passes to Sacred Rose Festival and you’re ready to make a game plan. Gone Gone Beyond is at noon thirty on a Friday. So you check into the Super 8 on 79th and Roberts on Thursday night before (8/25/22), and you get a pie. It’s Thirsty Thursday and there are several options for fun depending on what you're into. But first, get a pie.
Gone Gone Beyond hosts curated listening parties. There are no words, it’s simply dropping into this moment, synching the breath, releasing any tension, and arriving together full of gratitude and filled with music! Gone Gone Beyond will be kicking off the vanguard Sacred Rose Festival’s inaugural year and that sounds like freedom found within harmony!
At home at a nightclub or backyard in the California canyons, Gone Gone Beyond has stripped down from the laser shows and pyrotechnics to encapsulate it all inside the music. The new album 2030 asks the question, “Will I see you in the year 2030?” meandering to an answer about what is going on around us these days. Having faith in nature, the cycle has brought together these 4 diverse musicians to create a sound greater than the sum of its parts.
International four-part musical hybrid group Gone Gone Beyond has released their new single “Canyons” and officially revealed the details for their new album 2030, out Friday, June 25. PRESS HERE to pre-order on all DSPs; each digital pre-save includes an instant download of the album’s opening track “Canyons,” along with two previously released tracks.
International four-part musical hybrid project Gone Gone Beyond, whose original music been described as “mesmerizing future folk” by Consequence of Sound, has released a live, acoustic performance video of their harmonic single “Coast.” PRESS HERE to watch the video, filmed in Baja, CA and featuring Sean Rodman of Moontricks on banjo.
Gone Gone Beyond, the electro-folk supergroup assembled by producer David Block, a.k.a The Human Experience, is releasing their first full length album "Things Are Changing" March 29th across all platforms. Sitting somewhere between Massive Attack, Mumford and Sons and James Blake, the band's sound has been described as "mesmerizing future folk" by Consequence of Sound and is constantly pushing the boundaries of blending folk, soul, and world music.