gosh pith will drop off their second ep, gold chain, at the end of the month via b3sci records. the duo’s amalgam of r&b, trap, and indie rock proves particularly effective in their latest single, “k9,” a slow-burning, bass-heavy jam with a purposeful half-time vocal hook delivered over the chorus. the track’s music video dropped today; in it, director shane patrick ford follows a young love triangle that experiences some seedier sides of detroit’s underground scene before heroically escaping. check out the clip for “k9” below.
detroit’s gosh pith are looking to follow up a fruitful 2015 debut with an even stronger, more refined body of work this year. the duo will release their gold chain ep february 26th via b3sci records; we sampled the title track in december, and today gosh pith offered up their latest single, “k9.” built around a jittery drum loop and contrasted by the duo’s now-signature penchant for raw guitar tones, “k9” reflects every tenet of gosh pith’s successful breach of their self-imposed cosmic trap, arriving in a field of frenetic, immediate r&b that’s still maintained with a surprising amount of tenderness. take a listen below.