Album Review: Footsteps to the Sun by FireBug

Album Name: Footsteps to the Sun
Artist: FireBug
Year/Label: 2003 / Buddha Belt Music

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Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell

FireBug’s record contains energetic, alternative music of the highest quality. Singer Juliette Tworsey has a dynamic voice that suits the music well.

The title track is a sedate, psychedelic swirl. Tworsey sounds like Concrete Blonde’s singer here. Jules Shapiro manages a nice rhythm with his expert guitar playing.

“Hole in My Head” is a punky song where Juliette adds the right attitude with her vocal power.

“Packin’ Shoes” is another song that displays Juliette’s amazing voice.

“Beautiful Day” has a positive message and some nice mandolin playing.

The heavy rockin’ “Dogs” sees the band display a slight resemblance to Jane’s Addiction.

FireBug’s new album is varied in sound and makes for a great listen.

Posted on September 14, 2003

Track Listing
1. Curve Ball
2. Footsteps To The Sun
3. Hole In My Head
4. Alpha Song
5. Packin’ Shoes
6. Beautiful Day
7. Seven
8. Dogs
9. Concrete Jungle
10. Perfect World
11. Seaside
12. Snail’s Dance

[FireBug Official Site]


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