by Daniel Warren Hill
Indie Prog-Rock band Fellowcraft released their third studio album This Is Where You’ll Find Me last month with much fanfare, including a live-streaming performance for Mexico Metal Fest broadcast by way of 7 Drum City in Washington D.C. We’ve been following the singles leading up to this highly anticipated release, which began with “Coyote and the Desert Rose” in October, followed by a collaborative re-release and music video of “I Will Not Accept The Truth” with Chris Dale from Bruce Dickinson’s 1996 studio album, Skunkworks.
Fellowcraft continued trickling content and teasing fans with the hard-hitting “This Is How The World Ends” and most recently “The Last Great Scotsman II,” a track that the band originally released in 2016, but re-released with their updated lineup which includes Pablo Anton (lead guitar) and Zach Martin (drums) along with JR MacDonald (guitar, vocals), and Brandon Williams (bass).
There’s lots to digest on this album produced by Tonio Ruiz, including live tracks recorded at Ivakota Studios, an acoustic demo, and another collaboration, “Make No Sound” with Nate Bergman of Lionize. We’ve chosen “Sun Hangs Low” from the middle of the album for your listening pleasure. Check it out below, and find more Fellowcraft wherever you like listening to rockin’ new music, or at fellowcraft.com
Daniel Warren Hill is an American musician, writer, and motivational speaker. He is best known as the frontman for Washington DC area Alternative Rock band YellowTieGuy, as co-founder of Capitol Groove Collective, and increasing the exposure of artists on a global scale through his work with Alchemical Records.
Kaelab Riyan Folks is a singer/songwriter from Staunton, VA. Short and sweet, his genre consists of a pop-like R&B sound. He is known as a hopeless romantic, and he likes to make his music about the realistic emotional encounters he has faced. We are just beginning to learn about him, but we see a ton of potential going forward!
His newest track is called, “Save Your Love” it definitely fits into his genre range. The piano chords that are the center piece of the instrumental are simple, but has that pop-element we look for that keeps your head bopping. His vocals are impressive, as he sings, “Save Your Love” during the hook which will easily get stuck in the listener’s head. One of our favorite parts of the track are his ability to vocally harmonize in areas. Check out the track below.