With videos reaching 1M hits and screenings at the LA film festival, GCM scored support slots for acts such as Alt-J, Cults, SOHN & Rufus and their debut appearance on the Boiler Room. The trio intensively toured Europe and was on festival bills such as Primavera, Pukkelpop, Glastonbury & Fusion festival.
Bengali Cinema, the second EP, continued Entertainment‘s media praise. They dominated Hype Machine’s top 3 for three days straight with Terracotta, and were featured in the vast blogosphere as “The Band to Watch.” Radio stations such as BBC6, KEXP & Sirius XM (to name a few) picked up tracks from both EP’s as well as reaching #21 on CMJ’s RPM chart.
In April 2015, the band teamed up with The Vinyl Factory and released “Modern West,” Garden City Movement’s 3rd and final EP in the trilogy.
This year the band signed to Night Time Stories, Late Night Tales sister label for original artist releases, and plan a debut album release in 2018.