Fool Saint - In a Field, Away from the City

Fool Saint is a female-fronted, five-piece band that just released their first EP, called In a Field, Away from the City.

The band wrote about their release. "We’ve put a lot of effort into it over the past year and we’re very excited to finally share it with you all. These five songs are not only a representation of us personally, but also our take on the world and a hopeful future."

In a Field, Away from the City consists of 5 tracks for a little more than 18 minutes of music. The first song is When I call you starting with a nice arpeggio and exploding in a very contagious pop-rock chorus. The song is very radio-friendly and it is a good choice as an opener. Very 90s is the bridge in the middle before the last chorus with very good vocals and very good drumming. Very interesting tempo pattern for the following Some kind of crazy (previously released as a single) with another good chorus in evidence. 

Bassline in the frontline for Until it's wild, which is a little different from the previous two tracks with its slower pace, at least in the first part of the song. No Hard feelings is pure Punk rock, instead, with the drummer on fire during the verses. This is probably my favourite song of the EP with a really impressive performance by the drummer. The EP ends with the track Confession: pop vocals and nice guitars in the background and tasty stop and go during the song. Another good track for a very good EP amazingly played by Fool saint.

Give In a Field, Away from the City a go by clicking on the Spotify player below and don't forget to follow the band on social media. 

Giovanni Gagliano

Passionate about music I wrote my first article for "Given To Rock" in 2012, reaching now 30K global followers. I am also a musician, gigging around London.

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