Experimental North London alt-pop outfit Gengahr return with their anticipated new album, Red Sun Titans, produced and mixed by Matt Glasbey (who’s worked with Ed Sheeran, alt-J, Coldplay, Rag'n'Bone Man & P!nk) and Executive Production by Charlie Andrew (who’s worked on all 3 alt-J albums, Wolf Alice, London Grammer, Bloc Party, Matt Corby, Benjamin Leftwich and more) – their first record since 2020’s Sanctuary. Comprising of bassist Hugh Schulte, drummer Danny Ward, lead vocals/guitarist Felix Bushe and guitarist John Victor, Gengahr first arrived in 2015 with their debut album, A Dream Outside, gathering rave reviews for its dark take on dreamy shoegaze and updated approach to British-bred indie rock. The band promoted the record on a nationwide and European tour before getting to work on their sophomore effort Where Wilderness Grows (2017), praised by the likes of DIY and The Line of Best Fit. They returned in 2020 for their third LP, Sanctuary, capturing the magic from their debut and featuring hits ‘Heavenly Maybe’ and ‘Icarus’.
Red Sun Titans is Gengahr at their finest – a bold collection of indie pop that sees the beloved UK outfit continue to push the boundaries.