IBOGA GAZEBO release new single ‘Equinox’, out now on Golden Robot Records.

The second single and new from IBOGA GAZEBO, ‘Equinox’, is lifted from the upcoming album Dose AgeEquinox’ once again highlights the stunning vocals of Kim Yang. It is dreamy, romantic and the perfect soundtrack for a Sunday afternoon chill out session.

‘Equinox’ is an expose of love’s journey both positive and negative. Immersed in celestial analogy and the life cycle. Interspersed with a physicist’s conclusion on the nature of consciousness reality.

Dose Age was recorded at Dave Grohl’s Studio 606 and was engineered by multi Grammy winner Daryl Thorp.

Stream/buy ‘Equinox’ HERE

The first single from IBOGA GAZEBO, ‘Twenty Third Eye’, is also lifted from the upcoming album Dose AgeTwenty Third Eye’ is an ethereal and evocative tune, highlighted by the stunning vocals of Kim Yang. 

‘Twenty Third Eye’
 is about climbing a mountain and happening upon a nest of spiders in a sunny nook. The observer soon realises that they are not hostile and any phobias are now neutralised and so the story segues into personal reflection regarding intimacy.
Twenty Third Eye’ is an observation on human frailty, specifically the negative destructive tendencies and the realisation that these dysfunctions are absent in nature.

Listen to ‘Twenty Third Eye’ HERE

Formed in Los Angeles in September 2019, IBOGA GAZEBO is an eclectic mix of highly talented, well known and respected musicians. From different backgrounds but joined by a pure love of music, the union formed produces a sweet and melodious sound that will be devoured by music fans. It is a new form of rock, delivered by some of the industry’s best.

IBOGA GAZEBO features Eric Avery (Janes Addiction) Bass, Jebin Bruni (PIL, Rufus Wainright, Fiona Apple) Keyboards, Jeffrey Cain (The Church, Remy Zero) Guitar and Richard Ploog (The Church) Drums and highlighting the lead vocals of evocative chanteuse Kim Yang.

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