Golden Silvers was a band from London signed to independent record label XL. The line-up consisted of vocalist and keyboardist Gwilym Gold, Ben Moorhouse on bass guitar, and Robden Alexis Nunez on drums.
The band gained recognition by winning Glastonbury's prestigious New Talent competition in 2008 and subsequently performed on The Other stage that year. They played the Glastonbury Festival in 2009.
The band released its debut album True Romance on April 20, 2009. Describing the new album, The Guardian's reviewer wrote "flamboyant lyrics, references to Greek myth and big, elastic bass lines dominate".
The band performed two songs on Later...with Jools Holland during May 2009 and have supported Blur at Hyde Park, London. They played a popular set at Reading festival 2009 and gave away necklaces to the audience as thanks for coming to see them.