Australia’s Gossling has a heartfelt, diverse, and seriously enchanting talent that emanates from the dreamy, startling voice of singer/songwriter Helen Croome. Already making waves in the US with her songs being played on popular television shows including American Horror Story, Gossip Girl, Nashville and Graceland, Gossling’s upcoming LP Harvest Of Gold marks the arrival of undoubtedly what will be one of 2014’s best releases.
In anticipation of that release, Rolling Stone has debuted her latest track, “That Feeling”. But what exactly is this feeling she describes? “It’s a feeling or euphoric state that’s unattainable and impossible to regenerate no matter how hard you try,” Croome told Rolling Stone. You can listen and download the song HERE.
With sonic inspiration found in records by artists such as Goldfrapp and Metronomy, Harvest Of Gold was recorded in May 2013 at The Shed Studios in Canterbury, VIC, with producer John Castle (The Bamboos, Vance Joy, Washington). Helen – who switched her psychology/sociology studies at university to a Bachelor of Music (Composition) – wanted to capture her brand new songs in their full Technicolor. “I love cinematic stuff,” she says. “My heart is in that style. I didn’t want to lose that.”