London five-piece Fourth And Folsom unveil a video for their upcoming single 'Golden Dunes', out April 13th 2015. It comes ahead of the release of their debut studio album which they expect to launch later this year.
The video for 'Golden Dunes' is a kaleidoscopic masterpiece of hand and face imagery. The psychedelic nature of the montage works well with the hazy atmosphere of the song, produced by gentle, ambient guitar, rippling drums and flawless vocal harmonies. It's a steady paced, easy listening number perfect for the oncoming Summer.
Fourth and Folsom (who are vocalist/guitarist/synth players Jamie Davies & Jack Manser, Theo Byrd on guitar, Kristjan Cavdarovski on bass and drummer Hannah Feenstra) began as a two piece named Wildcuts - made up of just Jamie and Theo. Jack completed the original Fourth And Folsom line-up, before the latter members were introduced to work on their debut album. 'Golden Dunes' is to be released alongside b-side 'Iowa', and follows the release of previous single 'I Won't Fall' - recorded at Rogue Studios and mastered by Alessio Garavello. The band have performed at a variety of high profile venues.
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