Jan 242020

Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh (or GFM) have released a new single titled ‘I Don’t Need Your Fantasy.’

’I Don’t Need Your Fantasy’ is about breaking stereotypes and letting go of the false perceptions that you think you have to carry,” says bassist/vocalist Maggie English. “You don’t have to live a cookie cutter life. You don’t have to change yourself just so people might like you better. We’re being unapologetically ourselves, and we’re taking the world by storm.”

After their success with “Oh! The Horror!” EP, the sisters in GFM have been busy. An acoustic EP of four of their more popular songs was released, and they did a cover of ‘It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year’ the end of 2019. This new single does not have a music video yet, but given how much the band loves doing them, it probably will not be long. ‘I Don’t Need Your Fantasy’ has GFM‘s signature sound that is easily recognizable while introducing some great new sounds.

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Nov 262019

Beautycore Band ‘Gold Frankincense & Myrrh’ (In short GFM) has posted a fun Christmas song/video on their YouTube channel.

Check out GFM’s take on ‘It’s The Most Wonderful Time of The Year’ below:

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May 222019

From the sisters of GFM comes the new EP “Oh, The Horror!”. The girls of GFM wanted to really bring the raw emotion back to rock music with their latest musical project. A lot of people ask about the EP name and what it has to do with the music. GFM has an answer for those people. The girls wanted to convey a deeper message than just through individual songs. You see, the EP is the message in itself. Growing up is scary, change is scary, seeing your dog naked is scary… but that’s just part of life. The artwork reveals the decay that you will become until you make an effort to heal.

Give Me A Sign’ is your sign to reach out and get help. You can’t get help unless you want it.

‘The Other Side’ warns you to stop comparing your life to other people’s lives. Don’t take your life for granted because you only get one shot. No one else gets to be you either; don’t forget that. Continue reading »

Feb 142019

Beautycore Band Gold Frankincense and Myrrh (In short GFM) have released a video for ‘Give Me A Sign’ the brand new track is taken from GFM‘s upcoming EP. The video can be watched below.

Gold Frankincense and Myrrh (In short GFM) started in 2011 as a cover band and consist of 3 (young) sisters – CJ shines as the band’s lead guitarist and shares vocals with Maggie, who rocks dual instruments on bass and keys. The youngest of the group, Lulu, anchors the band with an intensity on drums that is way beyond her years.. The trio hails from Florida, and apparently they refer to their style of music as “beautycore”, which is a mixture of hard rock and metalcore that is played by all-female bands  Continue reading »

Gold, Frankincense & Myrrh – “Identity Crisis”

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Feb 082018

Jacksonville, Florida brings us the beautycore band Gold, Frankincense & Myrrh, also known as GFM. 3 sisters started this band and also introduced a new genre. Beautycore is a mix of hardrock and metalcore played by exclusively women. The sisters are also quite young, with the oldest being 18 and the youngest 13. They want to bring a message of hope and strength in a dark and hurting age.

This band is quite interesting. They show that even with their young age they know how to make music. Their first song Beneath the Skin is a great introduction to this band. It’s powerful and just sounds great. The heavy guitar riff and the clean strums make a great combination. The sound they have reminds me a lot of Icon For Hire in their early years. GFM’s song Graveyard of Identities starts off with the first time on this album grunting becomes part of their sound. It fits right in and just sound great with the rest of their sound. They do a great job combining hard rock with metalcore. It sounds so natural and make the metalcore sound more acceptable for people who don’t really like it. I’m a big fan of bands like Memphis May Fire ands The Devil Wears Prada, but I also like bands like Skillet and I must say that GFM picks enough of both styles to make a great combination. The song Chatter in the Room is different from the rest of the songs. It is softer and actually a pleasant pause from their heavy sound. Continue reading »