Fourth and Folsom’s new single ‘Golden Dunes’

Five piece Fourth and Folsom are slowly making themselves heard on the London indie scene with their West Coast influenced melodies.

From the outset, their latest single Golden Dunes showcases the sort of chilled out vibe that will see them well through the Summer. Think Half Moon Run style harmonies mixed with strong guitar lines that will have you on your feet. The song is meant to “explore themes of fulfilling potential and dreams,” and it certainly feels positive enough to carry this off.

The accompanying video sees the band members swirling through a kaleidoscope of muted colours and mind-bending images of hands and mouths singing. It’s psychedelic and fits in with the overall vibe of the song with its mid-tempo pace and building arrangements. In fact, the more we listen to the song, the more we find ourselves bopping along, so even if you’re not sold first time we can guarantee that when the sun is shining you’ll find this one of your go-to Summer anthems.

If you like what you hear then you can also check out the B-side Iowa.

Their self-produced debut album is expected later this year.

The Verse Staff

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