Complete your Golden Bloom collection. She Leaves Me Poetry. The Fight At The End Of The Tunnel. Fan The Flames (CD, Album, Dig).
CD - The Sleepy West. Fan the Flames sounds more like an idiosyncratic mix of brassy power pop and classic mod-pop (á la Secret Affair), with twinges of '70s singer/songwriter succulence and '60s Baroque/soft-psych, than the early Wilco to which he has been compared. Alone, the scraggly-haired, bearded, mustached Fogel sounds like the tightest band in Chowder-land (figure that), rendering ridiculously refreshing, breezy, hospitably-hooky tunes such as the Todd Rundgren-esque piano-pop prize "Dead Petals" and the late-period Jam-jaunty "Doomsday Devices.
Format: All Vinyl CD DJ Equipment Studio Equipment. Play All. Juno Player. The Sleepy West US. Cat: TSW 003CD. Rel: 17 Aug 09. Indie. EHM. Doomsday Devices. See all. 1. CD. Genre.
Golden Bloom - Fan the Flames 03:34. Golden Bloom - Theme for an Adventure at Sea 06:18. Golden Bloom - Doomsday Devices 04:19. Golden Bloom - The Fight at the End of the Tunnel 03:56. No Day Like Today - Golden Bloom.
Golden Bloom West Orange, New Jersey. This Brazilian group draws on the sound of classic American soul on their latest album, making triumphant songs that sway and soar. Bandcamp New & Notable May 18, 2019. Dream Within a Dream" b/w "Red Lava" by tristen. Nashville’s tristen offers two sizzling slices of country-infused rock & roll, full of spirit and fire. Bandcamp New & Notable May 14, 2019. Football Money by Kiwi jr.
29 December 2017 ·. Judging by 2017, you'd be forgiven if you assumed we'd retired and just forgot to tell anyone. 15 March 2017 ·. We're so delighted to be part of this amazing Outlaw Roadshow compilation album along with Canyon Spells, Kasey Anderson, Matt Sucich, Roem Baur, The Grownup Noise, INFJ, Mobley, Daniel Thomas Phipps, Nate Leavitt, and Oldjack! Fierce (A Very Special Outlaw Roadshow Compilation), by Various Artists.
Golden Bloom t and frontman, Shawn Fogel, tests the dichotomy between hope and fear, bright energetic melodies shadowing the questions pervading society. A state of cause and effect, the upcoming album, Fan the Flames explores the exploitation of peoples’ fears which lead to that spark of passion to make a difference. Most of the songs I’ve written in the past stemmed from personal relationships and existed very much in my head, says Fogel. These new songs are different - they come from a frustrated optimism, or an optimistic frustration.