Wesley Gonzalez ‘Change’ : Is one of his absolute best and finest.

Wesley Gonzalez / Photo: Holly Whitaker Photography

Wesley Gonzalez’ single ‘Change’ is one of his absolute best and finest. From clear cut beginning to the end, the lyrical assertions are absolute top-shelf, with grating majesty and production critical quality.

He made his names as a teenager with DIY indie punk’s Let’s Wrestle but with the arrival of ‘Change’ he emerges as a pop sophisticate, armed to the teeth with an array of high-end synthesizers, all mixed for the dancefloor by James Greenwood (Ghost Culture, Daniel Avery, Kelly Lee Owens).

He describes his debut as “pre-therapy”, with ‘Appalling Human’ being the “post-therapy” album – the result of family breakdown.

‘Change’ sounds lovelorn, gripping and tragic all at once. It’s a confessional and heavy-hearted new offering.

Get in this new dimension.


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