Goldfish – Get Busy Living
The Fishies are back. South Africa dance act Goldfish have released their long awaited 3rd studio album entitled Get Busy Living. I’m not a huge fan of dancy music, but I do take my hat off for the brilliance of this act. I spent 7 Days in December in Cape Town in 2009 and saw them perform at La Med in Clifton. They are definately one of the best live acts in South Africa (in my opinion). For those of you who did not know Dominic Peters and David Poole are the two members of Goldfish. The act have received 8 SAMA nominations over the years. They were also one of the 2010 MK Award winners earlier in the year (in the Best Neon category). They have performed at Glastonbury (in the UK), Sensation White, Ultra Festival in Miami, 46664 and Get Loaded in the Park (to name just a few gigs). Goldfish are definately doing South Africa proud. I think we can expect even greater things from them in the future. A few days ago they released a video for the title track of the 3rd album. The new tune is absolutely awesome and is sure to get you moving on the dancefloor. Get Busy Living features Emily Bruce on vocals and the animation in the music video was done by Mike Scott. The album is available on Itunes at this link.
This is the music video for Get Busy Living:
What do you think of this song and the video? Please comment on this post if you have an opinion. The last post that was done in the Music category featured the music video for Die Heuwels Fantasties – Hyg Duiwel. This category is regularly updated on Running Wolf’s Rant. Various songs have been featured here over the years. You might also enjoy the posts in the Movies, Technology, Sport, Gaming, Television, Gaming, Humor and Opinion categories on this blog. And don’t forget about the daily updated Babes and Photography categories.
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