Joe Goddard Remixes “Iced Gems” By Penelope Isles

Following their electrifying performances at this year’s SXSW, and about to embark on a truly epic UK and European tour which runs from next week right through to September, Penelope Isles today share an infectious, blissed-out Joe Goddard remix of their much-loved track “Ice Gems”.

Penelope Isles’ upcoming lives dates include headline shows, festival appearances as well as a number of UK dates performing as special guests for the mighty Sea Power. Dates/info here: https://www.penelopeisles.com/live

Acclaim for recent album Which Way To Happy

“Jack and Lily Wolter balance the bitter and the sweet with real delicacy on the follow-up to their 2019 debut… An endearing mixture of emotional wobble and creative confidence, Which Way To Happy is on exactly the right track.” MOJO – 4 stars ****

“Widescreen, expansive stuff… ‘Rocking At The Bottom’ mixes jangle and shoegaze with a dose of the Bunnymen at their most grandiose, while ‘Play It Cool’ is irresistible retro-pop. The stately psych stroll of ‘Sailing Still’ and woozy glide of ‘Pink Lemonade’ are both dreamy high points.” Shindig – 4 stars ****

“Festooned with macroscopic, reverb-smitten production and sumptuous orchestral arrangements… A genuinely healing listen; an album to get cosy with while its music lovingly soaks your wounds.” DIY – 4 stars ****

Which Way to Happy expands and improves on the musical palette laid down by their debut with the record hitting its stride on the jittery single ‘Iced Gems’ followed by the absorbing and ambitious ballad ‘Sailing Still’. Songs come bathed in sparkling synths and warming strings, but melodies are unpredictable, bearing repeat listens.” Uncut – 7/10

“Their sound hasn’t changed but the recordings are richer, basslines heavier, and the songwriting is more confident.” Clash – 8/10

“This sibling duo’s forthcoming album Which Way to Happy builds further upon their explorations of sound, unbound to the constraints of style. The result is a cohesive grab bag of influences ranging from The Smiths to Tame Impala.” Paste