“Fool’s Gold is light years away from your typical ‘fusion’ outfit,” wrote Black on the Canvas to describe the Angelino dance-pop act that “weaves African rhythms, Western pop values and Middle Eastern influence, utilizing bilingual vocals in alternating Hebrew and English.” The site has a glowing review of the band’s new album, Flying Lessons, evaluating it in the context of Fool’s Gold’s previous output and pronouncing it to be a “step forward.” According to the review, Fool’s Gold “spins sonic brilliance from beyond borders.” Read the whole thing here.
In April, the Fool’s Gold co-founder and lead guitarist Lewis Pesacov gave an interview to Modern Vinyl to talk about the new album and the band’s decision to pre-release a special edition of it this year on Record Store Day. According to Pesacov, “We always envisioned the album to be heard on vinyl… I never feel like a record is finished until I have the record on vinyl, put it on my turntable and I spin it.” In addition to his love of vinyl, Pesacov tells interviewer Meghin Moore about the making of the album and how the band has been shaped by life on the road. Read it all here.
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