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Gaoler’s Daughter, ‘St. Peter’ – Song Premiere

Gaoler’s Daughter

British indie rockers Gaoler’s Daughter don’t drop their debut album, ‘How to Make Time,’ until Aug. 26, but Diffuser.fm is excited to offer a sneak peak with the exclusive U.S. premiere of ‘St. Peter.’

This forthcoming album comes on the heels of much acclaim and support from the London music scene. The quartet has generated so much excitement with their live performances and string of independently released singles that they funded ‘How to Make Time’ entirely with the help of fans.

Check out ‘St. Peter’ below. It’s a washed-out yet catchy and danceable tune reminiscent of Sonic Youth — a band Gaoler’s Daughter cite as an influence.

“It’s a song about Karma and consequence,” the band tells Diffuser.fm. “And also about relishing someone’s downfall. It’s all quite bitter and twisted, really.”

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