Fusing vintage instrumentation, bold electro-pop textures, and rugged beats with timeless Motown-tinged songcraft, The Gold Setting released their debut Volume and Tone EP last Friday. Fronted by Liza Colby, The Gold Setting boasts a fluid cast of all-stars including multi-instrumentalist/composer/arranger Todd Simon (Ghostface Killah, Sharon Jones, Lily Allen), Grammy-nominated Adam Berg (Decoders), and songwriter/producer/musician Richard Rudolph (Stevie Wonder, Minnie Riperton, A Tribe Called Quest, 2Pac, Chaka Kahn, En Vogue).In celebration of release, The Gold Setting share their kaleidoscopic video for “My Love” today with The 405. Featuring vocals from Los Angeles-based producer/musician Godfrey At Large, the video was directed by Kevin Pastor of Untitled Productions. Watch it here.

Organic yet electrified, the Volume and Tone EP was recorded using a blend of old school 50s/60s techniques and modern technology, bringing out the authentic tones of the instruments yet delivering an explosive sound. As the band preps for a number of releases in 2017, Volume and Tone is only the beginning of their story – stay tuned for more!
Watch // Share: “My Love” video

Volume and Tone EP Tracklist
1. Being Without You
2. My Love
3. Gimme Your Love
4. Video Star

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