Gonzalla releases early-summer gem ‘T.M.V’

Gonzalla releases early-summer gem ‘T.M.V’
Fresh from acclaimed performances at SXSW this year, LA’s Gonzalla drops his latest alt-pop gem T.M.V, an early summer heater replete with bittersweet & bouncy synths, infectious hooks and subtly expansive production. Loving, loving those synth works that remind me a bit of 80s synthpop. Definitely a killer summer track! Check it out below!


Cody Randall (AKA Gonzalla) wrote the song soon after moving back to the US from London, where he had spent a year living (following 3 years in Liverpool). Resulting from this is a track swimming a combination of English influences, glazed with a sunny LA sound.

More specifically, Gonzalla takes inspiration from the likes of Dan Croll, Rhodes, Bombay Bicycle Club and Benjamin Francis Leftwich in his sound, acts he was introduced to during his stay in the UK. He fuses the melancholic feeling gleamed from these artists with his own poppier writing style, aided and abetted here with crisp production from Thomas Dutton, one half of NYC indie-pop duo Cardiknox.
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