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 Echo – a commissioned piece for the 2019 reopening of The Museum of Modern Art. Gold continues to explore the possibilities of his AI project Bronze.