Gritty, timeless rock energy infuses a catchy rhythm and feel from the start as The Inferior Earth Orchestraah takes on engaging storytelling with his fresh new single “F-O-M-O.”
Comprising the alter-egos of one man, The Inferior Earth Orchestraah offers a combination of unusual time signatures, funky grooves, and classic songwriting. The IEO has a unique modern vintage sound, drawing from Progressive rock, funk, and fusion influences.
From the guitar sound to the drums’ smash and the vocals’ increasing roar, “F-O-M-O” merges the spirit of Rock, Progressive rock, Funk, and Fusion with a melodically appealing backbone and concept that continually entices the listener in closer.
The Inferior Earth Orchestraah of London, UK, exercises its right to experiment with long-form sound-play alongside unique riff work while digging into the progressive rock aura of poetic, medieval-esque storytelling and theatrics.
The Inferior Earth Orchestraah has created a timeless masterpiece with this album. It is gritty by purpose yet melodically appealing and perfectly accessible because of the artist’s uniquely standard, actual vocal lead.
The song’s peg is both familiar and exciting — there’s a sense of shift in the conclusion, an underlying air of possibilities; the music cries out and resonates long after listening.
Poetic as ever, the new project highlights the very best of the attention and talent that London, UK’s The Inferior Earth Orchestraah constantly delivers to the music.
Furthermore, “F-O-M-O” highlights an artist with a clearly connected style of writing and composing, as well as a voice and character that is unmistakably his own.
“F-O-M-O,” a professionally made timeless song that begs for volume and frequent visits for escape, leaves a lasting effect. I’m excited to hear more.
The progression is effective, with the last quarter being immersive and exhilarating in the way that any alternative anthem should be. Hopefully, there will be more to come.
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