Gabriel Bruce announces debut album release

'Love In Arms' is set for release on October 22

Gabriel Bruce announces debut album release

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London based gothic disco singer songwriter Gabriel Bruce has announced the release of his debut album.

'Love In Arms' is set for release on October 22, via Mercury Records. The 11-track album features the singles 'Sleep Paralysis' and 'Dark Lights, Shine Loud'.

Following the NME Radar favourite's residency at London's Electricity Showrooms, Bruce is set to announce more live shows, including a date at David Lynch's club Silencio in Paris.

Of Bruce, Spector frontman Fred Macpherson told NME: "There’s a friend of mine called Gabriel Bruce... He makes really dark, bleak organ music, which when you hear it, you think would mean he'd never get a deal – but he has and he really deserves it, he's brilliant."

The 'Love In Arms' tracklisting is:

'Dark Lights, Shine Loud'
'Honey Honey Honey'
'Sleep Paralysis'
'Greedy Little Heart'
'El Musgo'
'Zoe'
'Cars Not Leaving'
'All That I Have'
'If Only In Words'
'Perfect Weather'
'Sermon On The Mount'


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