Danny Golden shares video for "Old Mate" starring John Noble

Danny Golden just released his sophomore LP, Old Love, and is about to embark on a small tour supporting that record. To celebrate the album/tour, he’s put out a new video for the track, “Old Mate,” which features actor John Noble of Lord of the Rings and Fringe amongst other things. The track is a bluesy alt-country stomper, and is all about facing your past and reconciling regret with the present. Head over to PopMatters to read up on this video’s premiere.

Danny Golden premieres new track, "Window" on KUTX

Danny Golden is about to release his sophomore LP, Old Love, but before that happens this Friday, Nov. 2, he’s shared a new tune on KUTX. This track, “Window,” is a honky tonk rock and roll track, merging americana, country, and rock in one lovely little package. This song is just a example of how Danny Golden blends genres and his Austin influences on his new album. Head over to KUTX to read up on the new track, or take a listen below.

Danny Golden shares new video on Billboard

Danny Golden has dropped the second single from his upcoming sophomore LP, Old Love. Whereas his first single was a graceful, nostalgic americana tune, “Hangover” is a wild alt-country romp into oblivion. Billboard has a full write up about the track, and the exclusive premiere of the video. Go take a peek and see if you’ve ever had a night as crazy as Danny and Co.

Danny Golden shares title track off forthcoming LP

Danny Golden, a singer/songwriter out of Austin, TX, has just dropped the first single off his upcoming LP, Old Love. The track is a lush americana number, with sweeping choral hooks and delicate instrumentation, letting DG's songwriting take center stage on this number. This is the first single from the Nov. 2 release, and sets the tone for the whole album. Feelings of nostalgia come to mind upon first listen, and it's a track about, according to Danny Golden, "the once in a lifetime people we meet and lose along the way. Lovers, friends, family, etc... whoever they may be. We never see them coming and we’re never the same once they've left.” 

Take a listen below!