Foam Ropes S/T CD Review

Truth in Fables is an emotive rock track in the vein of Train and The Wallflowers; there is an instrumental complexity here that belies the radio-friendly sound of the act. Potion Me Well is intense, churning and links hard-rock with intense vocals; Foam Ropes are able to have the brightness of a Fall Out Boy and Panic! At The Disco spun into their own unique style.


You Make Loving Fun builds off of the guitar work of Mick Fleetwood and Santana to match the charisma of Derek Nicoletto, who calls forth the sound of Jim Morrison and John Rzeznik to make another single. Foam Ropes end this self-titled album in an emphatic fashion; this is a tremendous introduction to the band and their inimitable style of music.

Top Tracks: Potion Me Well, You Make Loving Fun

Rating: 8.5/10

Foam Ropes S/T CD Review / 2015 / / /

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