Planting himself firmly into the alt-pop world, Josh Tavares is the kind of alternative music that will gain a dedicated cult following. His new single from his sophomore project is called ‘Cheap Gold’ and plays up to that quirky piano/synth kookiness that has done well for many artists. Josh isn’t afraid to play around with a bit of atonality which I personally love in small doses – especially if you are dealing with the subject matter of ‘its gone tits up’ as we say England. Fans of Tori Amos and Gregory Douglass will lap this up.
‘Cheap Gold’ embraces the DIY musician approach with a homemade music video. Isn’t that the way for indie artists in 2020? There is no official album release date but the single is out now. It follows on from his 2019 debut ‘Anonymous’ which shares a similar style, so if you like this rough around the edges style, you have a rabbit hole to go down!
Enjoy the powerful vocals and sassy microphone sways of Josh Tavares below.
Support Higher Plain Music
Higher Plain Music is part of the Higher Plain Network – a one-man indie media project. If you like what I do, please consider supporting me via Patreon for as little as $1/£1 a month. In return, you’ll receive additional perks for supporting me, such as behind-the-scenes content and free downloads. You can also donate using PayPal. Sharing the website helps too or using the affiliate buy now links on reviews. I receive a few pence per Amazon sale. All your support will enable me to produce better content, more often. I’d love to make this a full-time media network and your support can make that happen. Thank you.