Daniel Woolhouse shares new single ‘Map Of The Moon’

He's ditched his Deptford Goth moniker for a new album.
Daniel Woolhouse has dropped his Deptford Goth moniker for the release of new music – check out atmospheric single ‘Map of the Moon’ below.

It’s the first taste of an as-yet-untitled new album, due later this year through 37 Adventures, and will be released on hand stamped 7″ vinyl limited to just 100 copies. Pre-order your copy here.

“The pace and atmosphere is really great with the song I think,” he says of the accompanying video. “Lyrically, the song contains these distractions along the way, from A to B. So the constant movement in the video, with incidents appearing and disappearing, works in parallel with that idea.”

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