Photo © by Marcus Duran, 2017. All rights reserved.

"Impossible to get bored, impossible to leave ... every artist's victory is done when the public thinks: 'Wait, let's see what happens ...' " - Lester Magazine, Rome May 2017

It's hard to pin Alright Gandhi to a genre. The band have chosen some things that are unconventional in pop music: complexity, silence inside the pulse, improvisation and choruses that mutate into sound-scapes and new songs. The group play their instruments as three distinctive and emotionally charged characters. Rosa Mercedes writes songs on an earthy bass guitar and performs lead vocals with an adventurously winding and melodic quality. The songs are brightened and transmogrified by Pietro Fornara's guitar painting. Dominick Gray's drumming and presence are one and the same: full of pep, drive and agility. There is no excess to the music, all three members of the band are playing in finely balanced form that interweaves and accentuates the other. You are urged to change, move, reflect, relate.

'SOMEWHERE ELSE' (released 1st June, 2018), Alright Gandhi's second full-length album, is a testament to those rare adventures. Recorded in the mountains of Liguria, Italy and crowd-funded by fans, the record captures three musicians playing together in a remote stone house, with added sounds gathered on tours, such as Chicago roadworks, frogs in a pond in Ohio, and a man singing drunkenly at midday in Spain. The album is a snapshot, like a worn photograph from your great-aunt's runaway trip to the South.


‘The trio Alright Gandhi have entirely their own sound’ - Radio Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg

"Alright Gandhi center on incredible vocal range, this gently combines with incredible musicianship and intriguing song writing to create a collection of fascinating songs" - Vulture Hound Artist of the Week

"'Magic Pop' describes the musical trip that jumps between folk and pop and singer-songwriter, weaving together the most diverse of influences - from "traditional African music to Led Zeppelin" as Enkelmann says." -  Zitty Berlin - concert recommended Jan 2016 by Julia Lorenz

"[Alright Gandhi] managed to make dance even the most stubborn wall supporters, not for a moment brushing against banality and presenting an ambitious repertoire. Clearly, the musicians like to experiment, and their songs are firmly surprising. Their work brings up strong associations with freedom, lightness and being carefree" - Monika Słupek for Muzyczny Krakow

Photo © by Marcus Duran, 2017. All rights reserved.

Photo by Damon Arabsolgar



Casa da Musica, Portugal

Union Chapel, London

Rockwood Music Hall 2, New York

Agadir Town Hall, Morocco

Ringoya, Tokyo

The Bee, Kuala Lumpur

Play Yard by Studio Bar, Bangkok

Villa Neukölln, Berlin

Galapagai Festival, Lithuania

Kalnciema Kvartals, Latvia

Alchemia, Krakow

Teatr Opole, Opole

Birdland, Hamburg