REVIEWS OF 'FEORM'
Despite the organic and ambitious nature of the recording process, this is a fully-formed, wholly-realised and perceptive full-length that pulls the past into the present while offering a renewed sense of hope and excitement about the future. **** RECORD COLLECTOR bit.ly/zKnArS
Taken as a whole or split into individual pieces Feorm works wonderfully and is a fulfilling and welcome release that stays inside long after its sounds depart. THE RINGMASTER REVIEW bit.ly/1ebPufo
The whole thing is intriguing and musically fascinating as the band so easily and readily switches from washed out sounds to desert grooves and everything between. This is the sort of record that musicians sit down to study and listeners lose their minds in. POP! STEREO bit.ly/1gWcfHO
A collection of soaring and classy instrumentals, drifting drones morphing into powerful riffs and imaginative and beautiful interludes. THE TERRASCOPE bit.ly/yTyzhW
Feorm's sun is shining; The Sea is an exercise in control, revolving around a repetitive series of phases which taken literally may represent the inevitability of the tides themselves. Acceptance by contrast is much more understated, a meandering instrumental duet between proggy-guitar and a wheezy, articulate keyboard that you feel defines the group's intentions here most comprehensively. ARCTIC REVIEWS bit.ly/ICpOfW
This is why I like jamming. And improvising. Improv, improv and fucking improv until something adds up, experiment, refine and the result is always something cool. BAD FOTOGRAPHY bit.ly/1fb4x8F
Mir gefällt dieser gitarrendominierte Instrumentalsound irgendwo zwischen Electronic und Akustik ziemlich gut, weil er sehr entspannt und stimmungsvoll geraten ist und so ungekünstelt mit einer leicht melancholischen Wärme herüberkommt. BABYBLAUE bit.ly/17DttGT
Quand un album est si bien fichu et que l’on nous annonce qu’un prochain est en route, on ne peut qu’être enthousiaste. NO DICE bit.ly/1ecTzxB
released 03 October 2011
Brett Cooper - Drums, Percussion
Paul Corcoran - Electric Guitar, Bass on 'Clocking'
Andrew Lynch - Electric & Acoustic Guitars
Allan Murray - Bass, Synth on 'Clocking', 'Sun Dogs' & 'Oriens'
Pete Warren - Synths, Samples & FX; Harmonica, Guitar on 'Clocking', Bass on 'Sun Dogs'
All Music Written & Produced by Feorm
Engineered and Mixed by Andrew Lynch
Mastered by Denis Blackham at Skye Mastering
Sleeve by Pete Warren
Thanks to Geoffrey, Julia, Cathy, Penny, Ilisa & Neil
℗ & © Feorm 2011
Fen Tiger Records - www.fen-tiger.com