The music of Fior Parie possesses a hypnotic magic that insists you immerse yourself within the rich layers of gorgeous sound.
The vocals float with elegant ease and the atmospheric soundscapes slowly build around it. It’s easy to spot traces of Mazzy Star’s 90s dream pop, the lo-fi indie of early Soko or Ty Segall’s garage folk, but Fior Parie’s ‘People Die And Leave Their Names’ finds it own way to celebrate eleven untold stories of untold strangers.
But not so much ‘stranger’ than you’d felt.
She’s the friend in song for whom you’d always thought existed just for you.
Counter feeding, manic indie grunge, tackle issues of current, with tongue-in-cheek irony and that oh so decadent dark eye-shadow for life.
It’s how it’s supposed to be.