Gust of Wind #15
White Fence, Is Growing Faith
This Gust of Wind comes through the park with sunglasses, fuzzed out noise, and a coolness undeniably perked from Rock-n-Roll.
In 2010 White Fence released their first record. The project is created by Tim Presley who is known for his work with the band Darker My Love. White Fence has a sound that throws back to the 60’s, evoking rolls down the hill, acid drops, and a girl with long curly hair that you keep trying to find, but of course the drugs have tricked you. You’re all alone on a hill. Its drenched with the noise and anarchist style of The Velvet Underground but doesn’t leave behind the hints of country and folk.
Is Growing Faith follows up the self titled debut with the same expression. You can’t help but smile listening to Presley’s vision spin out on the turntable. Its wonderful, recalling the liberation only found in recording music. He’s having fun , so much so that in some of the songs you’ll hear the pitch change and sound twisted. You can picture the band just saying WTF, lets just change it all for a few seconds. Or in this case the mastermind Presley, which makes the whole damn thing that much more impressive. This is the shit that plays in your head. White Fence brings us to the party with our constitutions intact, then provides the avenue in which to let go. We float through the atmosphere, naked with only a beach ball, flip flops, and a funny sense of life. Just let go and let you mind wonder, White Fence will get us there, together, but all by ourselves. You can do whatever the hell you want to do.
“Tumble, Lies & Honesty”
“Get That Heart”
“Art Investor Collector”
“Stranger Things Have Happened (To You)”
FYI: If you purchase Is Growing Faith on vinyl, there is no code for Mp3 downloads.