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Gazel at St Pancras Old Church
Gazel’s music is a blend of mesmerizing electronica with hypnotic stories and world influences. Her debut album ‘Gazel’s Book of Souls’ is a concept piece written from the perspective of characters that reside in the universal subconscious mind. The team working on the album includes Shuta Shinoda (Ghostpoet, Hot Chip), Haydn Bendall (Kate Bush, Massive Attack), and Roy Pfeffer.
Since 2017, Gazel has enjoyed headline shows at the The Lexington, Borderline, The Pickle Factory, The Waiting Room, and Birthdays, as well as support shows at the Shepherd’s Bush Empire and the Hammersmith Apollo.
Gazel’s Book of Souls explores themes of dreams, illusion, dualism, and the great mystery of the human mind.
“Gazel’s Book of Souls is the story of a teenage Gazel living in a desert town in the middle-east. The town suffered a widespread fire when she was a child, leaving her with only fragmented memories of her family and former life. In researching the suspicious circumstances surrounding the fire, Gazel discovers the existence of the Souls – spiritual entities that have governed the fates of the region since the beginning of time.
In order to understand the events that led to the tragedy, Gazel travels through uncharted desert and discovers the hidden world of the collective unconscious. A turbulent and disorientating realm, it is here that Gazel comes face to face with the ancient Souls and with her own personal myth.”
Gazel at St Pancras Old Church Wednesday 27th February 2019.
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