• Kyriakos Tsinivits

Electric Fields are back with their new single 'Gold Energy'



‘Eurovision - Australia Decides 2019’ runner-ups Electric Fields are back with their new single release 'Gold Energy’.


It has been a long time coming since the duo have shared original solo material with the world. 'Gold Energy' sees Electric Fields return with an anthemic song which transcends music to create a sound powerful and spiritual. The chorus is so infectious that you can't not help yourself but join in with Zaachariaha's cries of "gold energy".



The Adelaide duo, last released new music back in May this year when they collaborated with Tseba on the song 'Must Be Love'. The track got rotation on Triple J. It was the first official song release from Tseba.


Last year they released a cover of 'From Little Things Big Things Grow' for the tribute album ‘Cannot Buy My Soul – The Songs of Kev Carmody, 2020’. The tribute album also featured Australia's Eurovision 2019 representative Kate Miller-Heidke, Kasey Chambers and many more Australian artists.



Electric Fields garnered a huge following after they competed at the inaugural 'Eurovision - Australia Decides' in 2019. Their entry '2000 and Whatever' finished in runner-up behind Kate Miller-Heidke's 'Zero Gravity' which earned her a spot to Tel Aviv for Eurovision 2019.


'2000 and Whatever' has been extremely popular within the Eurovision fan community. For two years Electric Fields Australia Decides entry has won the Aussievision National Final Countdown in 2019 and 2020. In this years National Final Countdown the song fell to second place beaten by popular Norwegian group KEiiNO, with their 2021 national final song 'Monument'.



The duo revealed on their socials that they painted the 'Gold Energy' artwork for the song together in their lounge room and backyard. Zaachariaha is an artist who has previously sold works of art.


Electric Fields have also announced a national tour for 2022 'Gold Energy Tour 2022'. Get all the details below:



‘Gold Energy’ is now available (at midnight November 18) on iTunes and streaming on Apple Music and Spotify.