Peter Aristone singer - songwriter, composer, producer Prague Sometimes you have to go back in order to move forward. After making his acclaimed debut album, the baroque 2014 release “19 Days in Tetbury,” Peter Aristone dials it down a few notches with his compelling, stripped down EP “Gold.” “That’s how it all began for me,” Aristone says. “I’ll never forget picking up that acoustic guitar and how it felt. This is like a journey back home. I’m so comfortable with the acoustic guitar. I love it.” “Gold” is a gorgeous, dramatic tune, which features a soaring vocal, which is reminiscent of the Icelandic act Of Monsters and Men.” The title track sounds as if it’s sung from the view of a wild-eyed optimist.. “It’s about the love that connects us all,” Aristone explains. “It’s about passion. That can be the passion for music or whatever you love. It’s a song about how love can save you from everything bad in the world.” The timing couldn’t be better for “Gold” considering how unstable and unpredictable the world has become.