Fulton Lights Starts a “Fire”

The man behind Fulton Lights, Brooklyn’s Andrew Spencer Goldman, has sparked a smoldering slow-burner for his single, “Fire In The Palm Of My Hand.” From his upcoming self-titled release, the smoky tune drifts on hushed vocals and a plaintive, pretty piano. It’s a calm cocoon of a song, but Goldman makes sure that his nuanced debut doesn’t become complacent by inviting some members of the boisterous underground rap group Dälek (among others) to help weave in such unlikely elements as minimalist hip-hop beats, an organ, and a vibraphone with more traditional guitar and piano. Fulton Lights, shining on both the Android Eats and Catbird Records labels (one is a limited edition with remixes and unreleased cuts), will be released on March 6.

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Fulton Lights – “Fire In The Palm Of My Hand” DOWNLOAD MP3

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Fulton Lights at myspace.com

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