Geoff and Kirsten put a band together last minute for a friend's wedding. The band played "My Funny Valentine" 10 times in a row and no-one cared a jot. Unfortunately the marriage didn't last but the band did.
Their debut album Riverhead was recorded above a peep show and dodgy massage parlour. It was released in NZ in late 2002 and then took a record-breaking 52 weeks to reach the No.1 spot. But as the saying goes, good things take time. Aided and abetted by the singles 'Maybe Tomorrow', 'Wake Up Brother' and 'Northern Lights, Riverhead spent over 70 weeks on the local sales charts and sold in excess of 50,000 copies.
Maybe Tomorrow debuted in the Official New Zealand Top 40 Singles on 19 January 2003. It has been in the Top 40 Singles for 31 weeks with a highest position of #10. There are four songs by Goldenhorse in the Top 40 Singles.
Chart placings for Maybe Tomorrow:
Chart placings by Goldenhorse: