"Pale Force" is a climactic voyage through electronica and post-rock that's pointed straight at the stars. The track is accompanied by a vibrant set of visuals distorted into kaleidoscopic shades and shapes - it's a perfect mirror for the track, which is "inspired by the horror movie synthscapes and 80s fight scene music."

"This is very much Gallops MKII," the band say of their return. "We intend to keep pushing things further and we are already writing ideas for our next record."

"I think the move towards a more electronic sound has been a natural progression for us. These days we tend to be more excited by the possibilities of electronic music than we do by traditional instrumentation... we are very interested in marrying the real with the unreal."


  1. Actual Landscapes
  2. Shakma
  3. Pale Force
  4. Graverobber
  5. Crystal Trap
  6. Meta
  7. Prince 0
  8. Darkjewel
  9. Professional Weapon


21 - Chester, Telford's Warehouse
22 - Leeds, Strangeforms Festival
30 - Leicester, Handmade Festival


10 - Glasgow, Hug & Pint
11 - Newcastle, Think Tank
12 - Salford, The Old Pint Pot
13 - Milton Keynes, Craufurd Arms
17 - Guildford, Boileroom
25 - London, Corsica Studios
26 - Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach

Bronze Mystic is out 21 April via Blood & Biscuits.