Hopscotching between 1960 and 2960, The Foreign Films give us a hip-shaking dose of magical vintage futurism through their latest single “All The Love You Give.” While it has the sparkling elements of 60s classic feel to it, the track also has that galactic atmosphere. The playful chords accompanied by the raw drums and blazing synths make it such a cinematic treat:
On the track, The Foreign Films’ Bill Majoros shard: “The mystical premise of my new single, ‘All The Love You Give,’ asks the question, if you could go back in time, what would you change? The character magically wakes up in the 1960s with a chance to begin again. She decides to follow her bliss and take the path less travelled. All this love you give, live the life you want to live with all the love you give. Like a musical time machine, you’ll hear jangly guitars, vintage drums, bass and synthesizers played with a very live feel.”
The track is from their upcoming album Starlight Serenade, which will be out on July 30th.
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