On the cover of the 1997 edition by Elliott Smith, one of the duo’s musical heroes, this version features the breathless voice of Kelsey Bulkin with spring-loaded guitar riffs, all muffled by the patient percussion. FIERO’s new release “Between The Bars” takes us into a dazzling dream. Between The Bars” is the first offering of a more complete work, which will come out more of its impressive high-pop at the end of this year. Music Crowns is the global platform for the discovery of musical artists, the place to go for the best unsigned, independent and newly hired musical artists. Kelsey says, “For me, Between The Bars is about seducing the past and what worked in the past to deal with a pain that no longer works today. FIERO was born out of a long friendship and a shared love for the history of music. He was such a sensitive soul, and I always felt his pain through his songs and vocal performances. Speaking of the release, Joseph explains: “Elliott is one of my favorite composers. Is it Friday? Do you want new music? Well, we have it for you. The duo has strong roots in California and tried to pay tribute to him without compromising the sense of timelessness. Producer Joseph Bogan creates an instrumental reminiscence of Portishead I’ve always felt that way, especially on this song. Elliott’s version is sweet and intimate. His loss of control.
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