Premiere: Production powerhouse God Colony return with the steely ‘Etiquette’

"'Etiquette' is the kind of tune I'd like to be playing when the government is overthrown, it's a real scum track..."

24.09.19, Words by: Felicity Martin

Best known for their production work for some of London’s most exciting vocalists (Flohio, GAIKA, Kojey Radical), God Colony have returned after something of a hiatus. Having recently taken on a new studio, the pair have been busy working on a load of music, and are about to start showing the world the fruits of their labour via their new label, MAD WORLD.

‘Etiquette’, which we’re premiering below, brims with of the pair’s signature industrial, brittle sound, and drafts in previously-unheard-of vocalist Izambard from Homerton, who brings fistfuls of energy to the blazing cut.

“After not releasing anything throughout 2018, we’re going to be putting out a lot of stuff through our label MAD WORLD,” God Colony told us over email. “Some of the people we’re working with you’ll have definitely heard of, some you won’t. Some have never recorded music before, and we’ll be introducing some new names that I think will blow people away.

“‘Etiquette’ is the first track on the label,” they continue. “We’ve been away for a while just writing and writing in our South London studio. Been working with amazing people, figuring out our next moves. We met Izambard in our old studio in Homerton, he was renting a room next door and working on his own stuff, ‘Etiquette’ just came from him bouncing about between the two rooms and we’re friends now, I reckon we’ll work together again next year. ‘Etiquette’ is the kind of tune I’d like to be playing when the government is overthrown, it’s a real scum track.”

Tune in to ‘Etiquette’ now:

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