The Fire & The Fog - Alarm
I couldn’t find much on the mysterious ambient duo, The Fire & The Fog but it’s been an enjoyable time listening to their latest single, “Alarm.”
For any of you who appreciate spacious sounds and an ever evolving ambient soundscape, this track is for you. Opening up with soft pads and a lush backdrop, “Alarm” carries with it a heavenly atmosphere that is easy to get lost within. According to the creators, this was a live performance in which the piano ran through a series of effect pedals which helped create the dreamy tone that is found floating throughout the entirety of the track.
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