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Gorgon City Release 'All Four Walls' From New Project 'Kingdom'

by Ryan Middleton   Mar 18, 2016 10:12 AM EDT

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Gorgon City have returned to the front of the dance music conscious right in the midst of Winter Music Conference with a rare new release titled "All Four Walls" featuring Vault frontwoman Blythe. The new song is a part of Gorgon City's new project Kingdom that they are going to slowly unveil over the course of the year until one grand release later on in 2016.

"All Four Walls" is another upbeat house gem from Gorgon City. The pair was made with the intention of being played for the outdoors at pools, festivals and beach parties. It has some garage influences in the running percussion underneath, but the piano and quick synth stabs fit alongside Bylthe's soaring vocals. Blythe's voice is the soulful accompaniment that the track needs and fits with what Gorgon City do with their discography.

This is a solid start to their Kingdom series which will unveil a new song every three weeks for the foreseeable future until the final project is released later this year. It doesn't rewrite their playbook, but rather stays with their strengths and gives them another good song to tour with this summer.

This is the first song from Gorgon City since their soulful single single "Saving My Life" with ROMANS.

The track comes with a red-tinted live video shot during a recent gig at the O2 Arena in London.

Gorgon City recently announced their largest U.S. tour to date. They are teaming up with friends and fellow UK electronic acts Rudimental for a short live co-headlining tour across the United States, which will take them to venues in New York City, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Diego and Oakland. 

Watch the video for "All Four Walls" below and pick up a copy of the tune on iTunes.

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