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Good Health Good Wealth are an alternative singer songwriter duo consisting of London vocalist, songwriter and producer Bruce Breakey and guitarist, producer and model Simon Kuzmickas.

One local, one immigrant, GHGW invite you into their world and ‘The Sound of Their London’.

Inspired by genre bending artists such as N.E.R.D, and Daft Punk and the personal storytelling of Kanye West, The Streets and Mac Miller, they cherry pick elements from a broad range of genres whilst remaining unmistakably British in the process.
Through their songs they navigate modern life and the seemingly endless pursuit of happiness. They delve into love, money, sex, stereotypes, and all the colourful schemes and situations dealt with by everyday people. The duo are about ethics not politics, and want to spread positivity and unity in an era which feels increasingly bleak.

  1. For someone that is yet to discover GOOD HEALTH GOOD WEALTH how would you describe your music?
    Bruce: The Streets but camper
    Si: If prince was born in ‘92 and grew up in Stratford.
  2. What inspired you as an artist?
    Bruce: I get inspired mostly from real life situations, little things, conversations mostly, be it in a pub or an off licence. I’m fascinated by humans and all the different layers within them.
  3. What is your process for preparing to perform live? Do do you have any Diva demands?
    Bruce: Genuinely get to the gaff as close to our set time as possible, say a few hellos, bowl up and play the show. Our most Diva (ish) demand I suppose would be the fact we don’t want to be waiting around the venue too long before a set. We want to retain a certain air of mystique at least until after the show is done and everyone’s having a drink together
    Si: Make sure all the cables are plugged in and SEND IT. Gets the job done every time.
  4. Where do you feel you fit into the music landscape?
    Bruce: Somewhere in between the Indie scene and the Dance scene, we’re not quite in anything but take inspiration from a lot of places, a bit like a magpie. I suppose that makes us Alternative?

5: What are your favourite musical genres, and are there any you dislike?
Bruce: There are diamonds in every genre, except maybe the really industrial thumping
‘oonts oonts’ techno stuff you have to be off your nut for, that just seems a bit soulless to me, but it’s different strokes for different folks isn’t it. I listen mostly to Hip-Hop and R&B on a day to day basis, I’m really enjoying the new NxWorries record at the moment.
Si: Sort of agree, I do love Jeff Mills though
6. Is There A Story Behind Your Name?
Bruce: Yeah, it’s what my family says when we cheers our drinks, it seemed like an apt
message to be putting out into the world. Plus it’s not something that sounds like anything
else which was important to me

7.What would you say is your greatest strength as an Artist?
Bruce: A bloody excellent live show if I do say so myself
Si: very loyal mates/fan base and support we receive. Shout out to everyone you know who
you are x

8.What would you say is your greatest weakness as an Artist?
Bruce: we make so much music that it makes it hard to stay in one lane, a blessing and a
Si: Also poor health poor wealth at the moment

9.What can fans expect from your new single GOLD? `

Witty lyrics, a catchy hook and some stunning guitar from my boy Simondo
Si: Thanks mate

10.What music artist would you say have influenced your work?
Could be here all day so I’ll keep it to 5 –
The Streets – – – –
Channel Tres
Baxter Dury
The Neptun

  1. Who would you most like to collaborate with Artistically?
    Bruce: I want to make a full album produced by The Alchemist
    Si: wouldn’t oppose. Is that too hip hop though?
    Bruce: maybe that’s a solo record in years to come, GHGW/Tame Impala would gooooo
  2. What was your worst performance?
    Bruce: The one in Brick Lane where the sound man was simply a man rather than a man who knew the intricacies of ‘sound manning’
    Si: Luckily it was still bless though, I feel like knock on wood we’ve never really had a bad show to be honest. Little things always go wrong but that’s just part of the overall vibe. I’d say the festival we did in Devon once could be it, the vibe was just not the one, we were sick though. Bruce: Oh yeah there wasn’t a lot of teeth in that crow
  3. What was the most difficult obstacle you have ever faced and how did you overcome it? Bruce: Lack of money has been and still is an obstacle, but we work hard to fund what we can and have always been very lucky with getting favours off people when we need them. Si: Industry people always struggle placing us within a genre and sometimes don’t understand what we are, but that also is a blessing, depending how you look at it. Bruce: I think that’s getting progressively easier the more music we put out too, the waters are getting less murky.
  4. What is your creative process when making music? Do you work with others or is there just you? Si: Spontaneous, a lot gets done remotely trying to juggle life. Hell yeah we make music with as many people as we can. Bruce: All depends on the song.
  5. Where do you see your musical career in 10 years? Si: You want to be ‘cult classic – not bestseller’. So hopefully wherever that is. Bruce: agreed I’ve got that tattooed on me for a reason. Let’s hope it’s paying the bills and taking us to cool places