Holy Fire is one of those records that could be succinctly summarized in five words: “This is a Foals album.” Anyone familiar with their output since 2008 debut Antidotes will know exactly what it sounds like, with modulated synths combining with tremolated guitars (so much tremolo!) to sound a bit like all those bands whose albums Dave Sitek produced during his reign as King of Brooklyn circa 2008. (via Foals: Holy Fire (WARNER BROS.) | Under The Radar)

Holy Fire is one of those records that could be succinctly summarized in five words: “This is a Foals album.” Anyone familiar with their output since 2008 debut Antidotes will know exactly what it sounds like, with modulated synths combining with tremolated guitars (so much tremolo!) to sound a bit like all those bands whose albums Dave Sitek produced during his reign as King of Brooklyn circa 2008. (via Foals: Holy Fire (WARNER BROS.) | Under The Radar)

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