Locus Festival, taking place in Puglia from the 7th of July to the 11th of August, is doing an exclusive preview for Rome and Milan’s audience with Go Go Penguin, Manchester’s acoustic- electronic soulful experience.
They are playing Magnolia in Milan on the 14th of February and Monk in Rome on the 16th, presenting their new album “A Hundrum Star” (Blue Note Records) out on the 9th of February and already available as pre-order on all digital platforms,
“Bardo” is their new video just published, representing an example of the band’s new poetic. They’ll be coming back in Italy this summer at Locus Festival on the 29th of July, in Locorotondo (BA).
GoGo Penguin’s italian shows are supported by Tormaresca, apulian wine from Gruppo Antinori, Locus Festival’s official partner.
Hailing from Manchester UK, GoGo Penguin is a trio formed by pianist Chris Illingworth, bassist Nick Blacka and drummer Rob Turner. Their music can be defined “eletronic/acoustic” but taking life from rock, jazz, videogames soundtracks, minimalism and glitchy-elettronic too, for a very unique sound.