Gwilym Gold


Gwilym Gold is a musician based in London, England. He first began his career as the front man for Golden Silvers, whose 2009 album True Romance was a stylish tour through pop’s past glories. Gold has since ventured on his own, creating fascinating pieces of music that explore new territories with a familiar tone. Like a blend of two worlds, Gold combines melancholic and pop elements together in such a fashion that is unmatched by many. His 2012 high-concept solo record ‘Tender Metal was released via the app Bronze, where each track’s sound changed with every listen.

Gold’s follow-up, ‘A Paradise’ (2015), is a British art-pop album with a classic cut, a set of melancholic, piano-led songs whose rarefied mood harkens back to the sound of Radiohead or Talk Talk.

In addition, Gold has collaborated with some extremely talented creatives, such as art-world prodigy Eddie Peake, choreographer Holly Blakey, and with artists Jamie Woon and Dave Okumu. His work has been featured in recent campaigns for Christie’s, ASICS X Vivienne Westwood, and Dr. Martens. He has also collaborated with Arca and artist Phillipe Parreno for Echoa commissioned piece for the 2019 reopening of The Museum of Modern Art. Gold continues to explore the possibilities of his AI project Bronze.


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