Fire On Fire EP | ReviewSubtly apocalyptic folkish art rock with a soaring humanist visionary gospel soul This five song EP is only available at live gigs, or though the Young God Records website, but it¹s well worth seeking out. Some of these folks were in Cerberus Shoal (we interviewed them in issue #3), they lost their electric instruments and got back to a more organic sort of acoustic based sound, tapping into a more timeless place while still maintaining their surreality and inventiveness, but also making the most profoundly beautiful and accessible music of their careers.
Subtly apocalyptic folkish art rock with a soaring humanist visionary gospel soul, and five able vocalists one of whom is Colleen Kinsella who has a gorgeously expressive and authoritative voice and also did the screen printed cover art. Old-timey and as current and relevant as this moment. Devendra Banhart, Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks, Kurt Weill, The Band, and Neil Young are all touchstones, but this highly developed sound and spirit is all their own and quite irresistible.