Fol Chen

electropop // experimental

When asked to describe their sound, Highland Park’s Fol Chen said, “You know that mysterious black object that the creepy family is staring at on the cover of Led Zeppelin’s “Presence” album?” (Yes). “Fol Chen sound like that.” Cryptic descriptions aside, Fol Chen’s recently released Part I: John Shade, Your Fortune’s Made, is a dramatic debut. Their complex layers, which include strings, horns, multiple vocals and the requisite drum machine, are captivating. “Cable TV,” one of the standout tracks on the record, is a pounding, tongue-in-cheek dedication to cheap weekend escapes.

Cryptic, dark and danceable.
Fol Chen – Cable TV
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5 Responses to “Fol Chen”

  1. Jake :

    How excellent?! Thanks Michelle

  2. Maria :

    Great lyrics and quite danceable.

  3. Sarah :

    hurray for asthmatic kitty bands!

  4. icastico :

    Since “Presence” is both my favorite LZ album and album cover I find this description intriguing.

  5. Mike :

    oh great, another band with masks that sounds like the other band that kinda has masks, too