DC Gore releases new track "Sisyphus"

DC Gore releases new track "Sisyphus"

Following the announcement that his debut album All These Things will be released on 29th July via Domino, today DC Gore releases his anthemic new single, “Sisyphus”.  

“To live without a master or a guide, I wish that someone else could write my lines,” kicks off the new synth laden, pulsating track from DC Gore; in what is typical fashion for Gore, “Sisyphus” is a thought-provoking social commentary on the lasting effects of a globalised society.  

“’Sisyphus’ is a song about giving up on trying to pretend you know what the hell is going on or what you’re supposed to do,” Gore comments. “It feels like because we have access to the internet, now everyone has to have an opinion on everything all of the time and yet the complexity of the world we live in makes that impossible. I suppose the question the song asks is - after clumsily struggling through your life would it be possible to give in and actually enjoy it?” 



Alongside the release of “Sisyphus” today, Gore also announces two London shows: one at Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes on Tuesday 28th June and an album release show at Brixton’s Windmill on Friday 29th July. Tickets on sale now for the Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes show here and on sale for the Windmill show here. 

DC Gore All These Things

Album | 29th July 2022

 As inspired by the unvarnished portraiture of Martin Parr as he is Ballardian grotesquerie - and by the seedy witticisms of Jarvis Cocker and arch art-pop commentary of Neil Tennant, Gore’s music sits proudly within a rich tradition of distinctively British disrupters. Skewering notions of national identity with a vivid mix of pin-sharp satire in an expansive palette of synthesising new wave art-rock, Gore effortlessly creates songs that are as ingeniously calculated as they are dance-inducing.  

Tracklisting

  • 1Millennium People
  • 2Nietzsche On The Beach
  • 3Need You Tonight
  • 4Set You Free
  • 5I Like You
  • 6California
  • 7Sisyphus
  • 8Bodies
  • 9All These Things

DC Gore All These Things

Album | 29th July 2022

 As inspired by the unvarnished portraiture of Martin Parr as he is Ballardian grotesquerie - and by the seedy witticisms of Jarvis Cocker and arch art-pop commentary of Neil Tennant, Gore’s music sits proudly within a rich tradition of distinctively British disrupters. Skewering notions of national identity with a vivid mix of pin-sharp satire in an expansive palette of synthesising new wave art-rock, Gore effortlessly creates songs that are as ingeniously calculated as they are dance-inducing.  

Tracklisting

  • 1Millennium People
  • 2Nietzsche On The Beach
  • 3Need You Tonight
  • 4Set You Free
  • 5I Like You
  • 6California
  • 7Sisyphus
  • 8Bodies
  • 9All These Things
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Live Dates

Saturday 29th October

DC Gore
Yes Manchester, Manchester, UK

Thursday 10th November

DC Gore
Just Dropped In (FarGo Village), Coventry, UK

Saturday 12th November

DC Gore
Headrow House, Leeds, UK

Sunday 13th November

DC Gore
The Lanes, Bristol, UK

Tuesday 15th November

DC Gore
The Waiting Room, London, UK

Wednesday 16th November

DC Gore
The Folklore Rooms, Brighton, UK