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  • Gav King Releases Debut Solo Album “Skeletons”

  • Bristol-based punk band Private Dicks' lead singer, Gav King released his debut solo album “Skeletons” on March 29, 2024 via Heartbeat Records.

    He worked with Private Dicks' guitarist and life-long friend Paul Guiver and long-time Tears For Fears and Robbie Williams guitarist Neil Taylor on the album.
    Blending seething vocals with sweeping, majestic arrangements, the album is a dark, mature record littered with the infectious choruses.
    The album comprises a 10-track, including preceding single “Profiled”, all songs were written by Gavin King, Paul Guiver and Neil Taylor.
    Gav King made the album while waiting for his bandmates to finally finish off Private Dicks' second studio album.

    Gav King said of the album, “So, while I was waiting around for the guys to sort their schedules out, instead of just getting annoyed and frustrated - I decided to be productive. And I am really pleased with the results!”
  • “Everything that's released now is viewed through the prism of the pandemic,” Gav King reflected from his apartment in Bristol. “And in many ways, this is no different. Like everyone else I had been indoors for ages, but once I completed Netflix and finished arguing with the cat, I began to look at the state of the world today. And once I started doing that, I started looking back at my own life. Then before you know it a bunch of songs are sitting on my hard drive.”

    He continued, “Neil's production is just superb. He's added a depth to these songs and taken them in directions I really was not expecting - but it really works. I'd almost go as far as to say I'm proud of this record.”

  • Gav King said of the first single “Profiled”, which was written about his incredible discovery that he was used as inspiration for movie character Gary King, the main protagonist in Simon Pegg's 2013 film “The World's End”, “Each song on Skeletons is about significant moments that have impacted significantly upon my life. Profiled tries to reflect not only the shock I felt upon being told to go and see The World's End, Simon Pegg's final part of the Cornetto Trilogy; on one hand feeling used but on the other, flattered, enough to also write a song about it in response. The story itself is worth hearing.”
  • source : Apple Music
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