Go­gobot aim to turn world round with new sin­gles

Evening Express (City Final) - The Guide - - MUSIC SCENE - By Sean Wal­lace

GLAS­GOW’S Go­GoBot head­line Snafu tonight fresh from some high pro­file sup­port slots. The trio re­cently sup­ported chart top­pers JLS, Sim­ple Minds and Olly Murs. Go­GoBot bass player Rosie McClure said: “Sup­port­ing those acts was a fan­tas­tic ex­pe­ri­ence. “We played in front of 15,000 peo­ple with JLS and it is great to get our mu­sic across to so many peo­ple. “JLS and Olly Murs were both on X Fac­tor and we are quite dif­fer­ent to them mu­si­cally. “How­ever we like pop mu­sic and it was re­ally good to hang out with them.” Go­GoBot are plan­ning to re­lease six sin­gles this year as a down­load. The lat­est re­lease is in­fec­tious pop song Turn The World Around. “It was a way to get our mu­sic out,” said Rosie. “The plan is to col­lect the sin­gles to­gether and pos­si­bly re­lease them as a box set at the end of the year. “Some peo­ple have told us they would like to phys­i­cally own them rather than just rely on down­loads.” The sin­gles have been mixed by LA mu­sic pro­ducer Paul Lani who has worked with David Bowie, Prince, Rob­bie Wil­liams and U2. He worked on new sin­gle Turn The World Around. “This song fo­cuses on the strength of re­la­tion­ships,” said Rosie. “There can be tough times but you can al­ways find a res­o­lu­tion if you try to stay pos­i­tive. “This song fo­cuses on that.”

FAN­TAS­TIC: Go­GoBot played to 15,000 sup­port­ing JLS.

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