Golden Void

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Golden Void
Origin San Francisco, California
Years active2010–present
MembersIsaiah Mitchell
Aaron Morgan
Justin Pinkerton
Camilla Saufley

Golden Void is a psychedelic rock band from the San Francisco Bay Area. The band consists of guitarist/vocalist Isaiah Mitchell, bassist Aaron Morgan, drummer Justin Pinkerton and keyboardist/vocalist Camilla Saufley-Mitchell. The band's first recording was released on 7-inch in 2011 by Valley King Records with artwork by Alan Forbes. In 2012 Golden Void released their self-titled debut full-length album on Thrill Jockey records. The band's second album 'Berkana' was released on September 18, 2015. [1]




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