Barbed electronics with a sense of the experimental...
God On My Right

God On My Right make music on their own terms.

A Liverpool duo - they are, in fact, brothers - the band has been a lifetime in the making, absorbing countless different sounds along the way.

In a nutshell, though, it's barbed electronics with an experimental pop whim, akin to Suicide, elements of early LCD, or even the more left field edge of 80s synth pop.

With a new EP out now, God On My Right are setting themselves up for an important 12 months, adding new muscle to their live show in the process.

'Not So Young' is a real highlight on the EP, a mini-manifesto of sorts that allows the duo to state their case.

We're able to premiere the visuals, and it's a glimpse into another reality. Tune in now.

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