Thursday, October 17, 2013

Jukebox: The Foreign Films - "Fall Of The Summer Heart"

Bill Majoros spent an year to visualize and record his new single "Fall Of The Summer Heart," and the long period of marination has yielded a delicious harvest. Over the track's thirteen minutes, it comprises eight different movements (Majoros, for his part, describes it as a "song within a song within a song") and touches on everything from brooding orchestral folk to sunny guitar-pop, holding listeners' hands through a tour of pop music's history. As a tribute, it's commendable, but it also shines as an epic in its own right. Each movement touches on a different aspect of the relationship Majoros is singing about, and the way he uses the different sensibilities of each genre to express his complex emotions makes for a emotionally resonant journey through time and love.

"Fall Of The Summer Heart" is the first single off of The Foreign Films' upcoming sophomore LP The Record Collector, which is slated for release in April 2014. It's streaming and available for free download below. You can also learn more about The Foreign Films at its official Facebook page.

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