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Rochester, NY alt pop punk rockers SUCH GOLD share first new music since 2017

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SUCH GOLD has just released the official music video for their new track “Talk Loud,” directed, shot, and edited by Alex Zarek. The song is available for streaming now. The lyrics delve into themes of one-sided conversations and emotional struggles, wrapped in their signature alternative pop-punk sound.

The band is also gearing up for a tour starting Friday, June 14, alongside I AM THE AVALANCHE and BE WELL. See the dates below and check out our recent interview with BE WELL here.


SUCH GOLD, formed in 2009, quickly made waves with their self-released “Demo 2009.” Signing to Mightier Than Sword Records, they released “Stand Tall” in August 2009. By 2010, they were with 6131 Records, dropping “Pedestals,” and engaging in various split EPs with INTO IT. OVER IT. and A LOSS FOR WORDS.

In 2012, SUCH GOLD recorded their album “Misadventures” with Steve Evetts, which hit No. 6 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart. Despite lineup changes, including the departure of Skylar Sarkis and Devan Bentley, they continued to evolve, releasing a remixed compilation in 2016 and their EP “Deep in a Hole” in 2017.

Now, with “Talk Loud,” SUCH GOLD is ready to rock their fans again.

6/14/24 Amityville, NY at Amityville Music Hall
6/15/24 Asbury Park, NJ at Asbury Lanes
6/16/24 Albany, NY at Empire Underground
6/18/24 Buffalo, NY at Rec Room
6/20/24 Lakewood, OH at Mahall’s
6/21/24 Pontiac, MI at Pike Room
6/22/24 Chicago, IL at Bottom Lounge
6/24/24 Pittsburgh, PA at Preserving Underground
6/26/24 Baltimore, MD at Ottobar
6/27/24 Philadelphia, PA at The Foundry Room
6/28/24 Allston, MA at Brighton Music Hall
6/29/24 Brooklyn, NY at Music Hall of Williamsburg

Karol Kamiński

DIY rock music enthusiast and web-zine publisher from Warsaw, Poland. Supporting DIY ethics, local artists and promoting hardcore punk, rock, post rock and alternative music of all kinds via IDIOTEQ online channels.
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