Published Oct 15, 2013A few years ago, former Flux A.D. member Bill Majoros reemerged as the Foreign Films and released a self-titled EP. Now, he's prepping a full-length record under this moniker and teasing it via the new track "Fall of the Summer Heart."
This isn't your average single, since it's a near-13-minute epic that shifts and morphs several times throughout its lengthy runtime. It took a year to record, and an announcement explains, "The idea sprung while on tour in England. At first it was more a dream sequence than a song, but over time the fragments of melody from his tape recorder took the foggy images of birds, ghosts, pinball machines, a fortune teller, mermaids, a maze, an abandoned amusement park into a sonic tapestry, taking references from not only '60s pop giants, but also modern pedal wizards."
The Foreign Films will release The Record Collector in April 2014. For now, listen to "Fall of the Summer Heart" below.