Fire And The Romance
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Fire And The Romance

New York City, New York, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2013

New York City, New York, United States
Established on Jan, 2013
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Scientists have categorized the songs of a Raven into 33 unique vocalizations for each situation. Like the raven, Fire and the Romance uses song to explore situational and emotional landscapes.

Luring the listener into their own “Theatre of the heart”- “Adaptations” the debut album from F&TR explores a wide range of emotion, cause and effect, and conflict.

The band was founded by frontman Dion Roy; a South African-born musician.

Adaptations was relentlessly curated with great thought and complexity. Not only the lyric & music, but the images, the design, and the story-telling visuals were all constructed within the vision of Fire and the Romance. All of these elements come together to create a “Theatre of the heart” for the listener. Fire and the Romance’s music is fluid, adapting from record to record, a product of cause and effect. 

Roy’s conflicted mind shows up throughout F&TR. Will the songs on “Adaptations” be playful and fun, or dark and moody? Or will they be all of the above at once like the debut tongue-in-cheek track “She’s A Devil.”  Of the second single, Roy says, "Way Down Below was born out of a pretty vocal melody idea I had, that grew in just a few hours into this untamed emotional demon, complete with teeth and a killer haircut."

With the album cover image of an impossible sight–a lush tree in a thirsty desert—the album contains many recurring themes of other such adaptations to scenery and scenario. Cause and Effect.

In “Rescue,” Roy sings, “If you’re lost on the ocean, the chaos is closing. Not giving up. Hold tight and I’ll find you.”

This is how the music of Fire and the Romance will find you, engage you and undoubtedly win you over.

 Fire and the Romances debut album, Adaptations is a theatre of the heart. It explores conflict and resolution, cause and effect through the medium of song.

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