California indie pop band Fialta’s naturally vibrant and nostalgic vibes, wash over you, with indie-folk/country vision and mahogany shimmer.
Summoning the spirit of The Alabama Shakes, Feist (Metals era), Sharon Van Etten, and Fleetwood Mac. “Paradise” embraces the classic, organic elements of church organs, live horns, bluesy guitars, and powerful rock vocals.
Said the band: “Like so many people in California, we are really haunted by the horror of what happened in Paradise,” says David Provenzano (guitars, backing vocals). “Sometimes it’s the most beautiful places that are also the most dangerous. For the last several summers, here in California, we’ve all had one foot in heaven and one foot in hell.”
Beth Leibovich, David Provenzano, Michael Leibovich, and Sarah Shotwell push the project to its best edges. And with the affiliation of the grind, dancing with the devil of our living details, ‘Paradise’ consumes with passion and passionate embrace.