Thursday, December 8, 2011

60 Second Review: Fire Mountain

In the same radio friendly folk vein as Mumford and Sons and The Avett Brothers, Alabama's Fire Mountain mashes up infectious melodies with a myriad of genre bending instrumentation, often rooted in folk, country, and rock and roll. If Willie Nelson and John Mayer had a love child, it would have the vocal stylings of lead singer Perry Brown.

The title track “Liars Cup” from their Debut EP is an easy to swallow track that truly makes any listener appreciate the simplicity that music can offer. The Liars Cup EP is proof that complicated isn’t always the road to take when making music. Fire Mountain has the ability to write a song that anyone can relate to and “Liars Cup” is a prime example of that. This EP flows beautifully running just under 25 minutes. I think its safe to say that this is the most cohesive body of work I have heard from a bandsoup band thus far.

-Matt B.

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