California-based quartet Fialta are set to release their second full length record. The indie pop quartet release Shadow of a Drought in July 15, which features Sarah Shotwell, Beth Clements, Mike Leibovich, and David Provenzano. The album features a synth-leased, pop mediation about life in the 21st Century.
Shadow of a Drought displays themes of droughts of various kinds, including environmental, spiritual, creative, and relational. However the catchy and harmony-driven record never falls too serious. Fialta compares to other indie pop bands such as Foster the People and The Vampire Weekend with their intense lyrical observations but synth and melodic driven music.
Be sure to see Fialta this summer when they head out on tour promoting the release of the album.
This article was originally posted on Auddible Addixion.