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Native Gold Presents Dualistic Sound In Track Fickle

Native Gold brings their alternative and electronic sound right to the forefront of listener’s ears when listening to their soon to be released EP A Man We All Admire. Fickle sounds very similar to Frou Frou, Menomena, and Radiohead all wrapped in one group. With heavy electronic and static tones to their music, qualities of those groups all seem to find a way through their overall sound to music aficionados. With a progressive and alternative rock feel to the track Fickle, Native Gold presents their sound in a dualistic nature to listeners. Other tracks on their EP, A Man We All Admire, sound equally synthesized, simply highlighting their carved out tone for the continuity among the tracks. An emphasis on the words and meaning of overall fickleness makes the song haunting and intentionally melancholic. Native Gold will bring listeners in another world with their evolving, yet otherworldly sound.


Filed under: Musical Interludes (Melodic thoughts from the Jester) Tagged: A Man We All Admire, Alternative Rock, electronic, Fickle, Frou Frou, Liars, Los Angeles, Menomena, Native Gold, Pink Floyd, Progressive rock, Radiohead, Rock


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