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Thursday, July 11, 2019

"Western Fog" by Kongos – A Song Feature


     The band hasn’t reinvented itself after its leap into Indie relevance in 2014, but the music of Kongos has evolved. The strengths of this band of four brothers remain. Power percussion is still the backbone and infectious song energy is a constant. The magnetism of the vocals continues. The change: the South African roots of Kongos are less apparent now.

     The rhythm section begins “Western Fog,” the most recent single from Kongos. The drums and bass combine to establish an invigorating tempo on which the synth floats and the vocals dance. Close to the one-minute mark of “Western Fog” a guitar grabs some of the spotlight. But the more aggressive instrument is the synth, which is the driving force in the final portion of the song, providing a melodic feel that will make Future Islands envious.  

      “Western Fog” is the lead single on “1929: Part 2” which is scheduled for release on October 1, 2019. “1929: Part 1” dropped earlier this year. The upcoming opportunities to see Kongos are:
    10/01: Tulsa, OK
    10/03: Nashville, TN
    10/04: Memphis, TN
    10/05: St. Louis, MO
    10/07: Asheville, NC
    10/08: Birmingham, AL
    10/09: Atlanta, GA
    10/11: Louisville, KY
    10/12: Cincinnati, OH
    10/13: Kansas City, MO
    10/16: Denver, CO
    10/17: Taos, NM

     Kongos are an Indie Rock band of four brothers - Dylan Kongos (bass and vocals), Daniel Kongos (guitar and vocals), Jesse Kongos (percussion and vocals), and Johnny Kongos (accordion, keyboard, and vocals). They are the sons of British singer-songwriter John Kongos. After grewing up in London and South Africa, the brothers are now based in Phoenix, AZ. The band launched an 8-part docuseries, “Bus Call”, which follows their story and gives a compelling and realistic window into life on tour. The brothers also host a weekly podcast, “The Front Lounge”, where they discuss music, ideas and more with guests that include other musicians, artists, touring professionals and entrepreneurs.

     "Western Fog" by Kongos


Lyrics of "Western Fog" by Kongos
Some days the blanket doesn't lift
Like a Western fog it hangs around
And doesn't give, doesn't give a shit

In some ways, you gotta see it as a gift
Like it or not, it brings you to your knees
When you never thought you'd quit

Oh it comes and then it goes
Like the cold before the dawn
But when it comes and doesn't go
What can you do to keep yourself warm?

I wish I knew a way
To keep from going under
Getting pulled under
Then I'd hold my breath
And I'd share it, I'd share it
I wish I knew a way
To keep from going under
Getting pulled under
Then I'd hold my breath
And I'd share it, I'd share it with you

Some days it's hard to admit
Just how hard it is to love somebody
Any more than a bit

In some ways you feel it when you're split
Like the Eastern sun that shines
While one side's asleep and the other side is lit

Oh it comes and then it goes
Like the cold before the dawn
But when it comes and doesn't go
What can you do to keep yourself warm

I wish I knew a way
To love somebody
Love somebody
Then I'd hold you close
And I'd share it, I'd share it
I wish I knew a way
To love somebody
Love somebody
Then I'd hold you close
And I'd share it, I'd share it with you
I'd share it with you
I'd share it with you

I wish I knew a way
To love somebody
Love somebody
Then I'd hold you close
And I'd share it, I'd share it
I wish I knew a way
To love somebody
Love somebody
Then I'd hold you close
And I'd share it, I'd share it with you

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