The Gospel

The Gospel is a cinematic goth band. Infusing ornate arrangements with vintage grittiness that oozes from 1970s analogue synthesizers, their otherworldly music deftly traverses the void between Nick Cave and Goldfrapp.

Fronted by L.A. renegade Jimmy Sweet with an all-star female band featuring Danielle McCormack (Mel from hit 90’s TV series ‘My Parents Are Aliens’), Charis Anderson (Curse Of Lono), Sinead Bales (The Courtesans) and Hazel Cotogno (Poussez Posse).

The Gospel recently launched themselves onto the scene with a string of live dates, attracting an ecstatic review from Louder Than War’s John Robb who praised: “The music is mind-blowing…it feels like The Gospel are going to be making a big noise soon”.

The single ‘Lord, Can You Hear Me’ was released in October 2023 raising eyebrows and expectations of what is to come. They promoted this release with a debut US show in LA in October at the amazing Goth club Bar Sinister where they secured a deal with Cleopatra Records. This show was followed up with a special performance at the Reptile Club in London in November where they stole the show.

The next single, a cover of Madonna’s ‘Like A Prayer’ will be out in April 2024 on Cleopatra Records and their next show UK is at Manchester Cathedral on February 29th 2024.