UNCO[V]ERED: The Goods

Sydney’s dynamic up and coming threesome The Goods deliver a soulful taste of what’s to come on their upcoming album with new single ‘Peach’, our UNCO[V]ERED pick this week.

The Goods are Badmandela, Rosario and Black Tree. All three are players in their own right, with credits between them including artists such as Touch Sensitive, Daniel Merriweather, Adele and Wafia.

Single ‘Peach’ exemplifies low-slung house with a playful message of sexual desire, wrapped up in a funk groove. The deeper intention of the song aims to evoke feelings of liberation and freedom.

Vocalist Black Tree reflects on what the song means to the band, “My hope is that it becomes a fun feel-good anthem for sexual liberation. Freedom from shame is after all about opening yourself up to the world and the act of vulnerability breaks down walls and allows us to come together.

The Goods are gearing up for their album release later this year. “We really wanted this next body of work to be more collaborative and to move the music in new directions,” they explain.

This new approach comes in step with the group’s development in the live arena. Heralded for their smashing live sets, The Goods have shared stages with the likes of Snarky Puppy, Oddisee and Onra, in addition to highlight performances at various music festivals.

Watch this space for when you might be able to catch them live!


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