Gilda House | You're Invited

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You're Invited

by Gilda House

Wacky, dreamy, Montana synth pop for jamming to the tune of complex feelings, preserving memories and sharing common ground.
Genre: Pop: Synth Pop
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This is Montana made synth pop and we're all friends here, we're casual.

And there’s nothing like a 2:00 AM hot shower after two gigs. The first gig was a music festival opener and the second a ruckus wedding. The day before we played a 4H fair in Wyoming and the day after, a jazz gig. I stuck my head under the stream and concentrated on the water splaying on my skull, saturating my hair, glossing my face and warming my body. I want to remember everything.

And I can’t. It’s impossible to retain all experiences and fantasies and that’s a loss. At other times, a relief.

Regardless, I retain all I can - my memories, your memories, made up memories, everything I encounter through songs. I need a song capturing the way my dad’s T-shirts smell and knowing they will always be too big on me. I need a song for my mom’s giddy laughter and prance when she’s truly happy. I need many songs celebrating being 20-something, in love with a pilot, playing in a 5 piece band with amazing friends, brave and working hard toward my dreams.

I need songs that translate deep sadness: the overwhelming feeling of missing everyone and everything, even when it’s all still here, right in front of me. This need isn’t unique. We all need songs to celebrate, challenge, question and humor ourselves. It doesn’t matter who creates them, just that we have them.

My wacky, dreamy, Montana made synth pop is for jamming to the tune of complex feelings, preserving memories and sharing common ground.

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