Fruition (from the album Watching It All Fall Apart)
Sharp guitar notes accent the message in “I’ll Never Sing Your Name” as rolling beats tumble underneath “There She Was” and shuffled percussion skitters under the gentle promises for better times in “Eraser”. Musically, the songs breathe varied styles, blending and mixing together Indie Rock and Roots throughout Watching It All Fall Apart, the recent release from Portland, Oregon’s Fruition. A Country sway cradles the night’s goal of “Let’s Take It Too Far” as a stuttering groove hesitates like the story in “I Should Be (on Top of the World)”, Beatles-esque Pop bubbles around “Turn to Dust”, and a mighty stomp kicks open the doors of Watching It All Fall Apart with opening cut, “Stuck on You”.
For the fifth full-length release, Fruition collected stories about heartbreak, the band feeling that ‘the songs are mostly breakup songs. There was love and now it’s gone—we fucked it up, or some outside circumstance brought it to an end. It’s about dealing with all that but still having hope in your heart, even if you’re feeling a little lost and jaded’. Sonics twirl and spin as “FOMO” wanders through dramatic scenes of an evening as Fruition make a wish on “Lonesome Prayer” and find themselves alone in a “Northern Town” on a sad Americana tale.
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