A project that wouldn’t have come to pass without lockdown or Covid-19, The Foolks are a powerhouse of musicians.
Banded together over their mutual love for music, they have channelled inspirations ranging from The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and The Stooges to bring us ‘We’ll All Get Nothing To See‘. The second song on The Foolks upcoming self-titled album, ‘We’ll All Get Nothing To See‘ is set for release September 7th.
Still in the wake of their previous release ‘The Most Beautiful Queen‘, The Foolks are back once again. This time delivering a nod to classic blues-rock, delving deeper into the way we live our lives on Earth, provoking thought all the while, delivering pure rock nostalgia with guitar riffs and excellent vocals.
The trailblazing second release from the brand new group was written about humanity’s dream to explore space, escaping Earth as the beauties of our planet are destroyed.
“Weʼll all get nothing to see
In our land, our countries
The fauna will smile at our fate like a deep slap in the face
Our hope has gone to the bone
There is nothing left to be done the flora will never replant
And the birds will stop singing”
The track also features a spine-tingling guitar solo, delivered beautifully by Emmanuel.
A project forged in the flames of a pandemic, The Foolks wouldn’t have existed without Covid-19. A reflection of the world’s current situation, their name is based on a combination of the words “folks” (people) and “fool” (crazy).
Formed by French Producer and Songwriter Emmanuel Dron, The Foolks is an elite group of musicians consisting of lead vocalist Jamie Wiltshire, guitarist Emmanuel Dron, drummer Andrew Picha and bassist Charles Berthoud.
With an abundance of music experience between them, The Foolks have overcome the barriers of Covid-19 and worked from around the globe to create a lockdown project unlike any other.
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