Goldwash’s newest puts his best features on full display.
On his first new single since 2019, Goldwash comes through with a precisely perfect blend of orchestral elements and spinning sounds. Originally from Baltimore and now living in LA, producer, singer, and songwriter Gabe Acheson first made waves with his Goldwash project back in 2016 with a pair of EPs. In 2019 he released his debut album Flat Earth Surf Club, including PB & Good Jam favorites “Set In Motion” and “Over Again,” which also features Acheson’s similarly talented brother Baird. While we may not have seen much from Goldwash in the past year, Acheson has certainly been busy. After collaborating with artists like Berhana, Flo Milli, and Kojey Radical, he’s back to work on his solo project, dropping “Deliverance” for our listening pleasure.
“Deliverance” is a beautiful track that really shows off Acheson’s songwriting abilities with a gorgeous blend of orchestral strings that ride perfectly off his vocals. The songs opens softly and ends the same with an elegant orchestral outro featuring violins and violas performed by Mohammad Rjoub and Olivia Salas.
Here’s a few words Acheson had to say about the track:
“‘Deliverance’ came from an idea I’d been kicking around for a while, but the song solidified during early lockdown. The main riff sounds to me like spinning around in circles, which is kinda what the song is about; changing perspective and passing time but still not going anywhere. It was a challenge to get the remotely-recorded string parts at the end to fit together like a real orchestra, but ultimately it worked out through detailed arrangement and great playing.”
You can find “Deliverance” from Goldwash on our Tasty! Jams playlists.