Single Review: When It All Falls Into Place – Kieran Fisher and the Reel Movement

By Orla Brady

Hailing from the small town of Alloa in Scotland, Kieran Fisher has not allowed his rural roots to stop him aiming high. His determination and hard work have seen him play to audiences at the main stages of Doune The Rabbit Hole festival, as well as Eden Festival. Fisher has also supported the likes of Kyle Falconer, Chris Helme, Billy Bibby and CAST.

These experiences have allowed him to go from playing in bands at school, to becoming one of the most exciting up and coming acts on the Scottish music scene.

Fisher has now released his debut single When It All Falls Into Place, with his band The Reel Movement, and the track promises fantastic things to come from this collaboration.

The song features a prominent indie musical style, with some folk and rock thrown into the mix. This is made up by heavy electric guitar, rhythmic drumming, clear vocals from Fisher himself, and a staple chorus which explodes into a crescendo several times throughout the song.

It is an optimistic track, with lyrics which express struggles with ‘that devil juice’, alongside the realisation that everything will turn out okay in the end. It’s a song that will fit in perfectly to our joy when we can eventually venture outside to resume normal life. It encourages us to realise, as Fisher does, that everything will look very different once we power through struggle and sacrifice.

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT KIERAN FISHER VIA HIS SOCIALS BELOW…

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/KieranFisherMusic/

TWITTER: @Kieran_Reel

INSTAGRAM: @KIERANFISHERANDTHEREELMOVEMENT

Published by orla_brady

I write things about music for The Music Files Blog and isthismusic? Always open to review new bands/artists wherever you're from and whatever you do. I also write articles for The Glasgow Guardian and The Indiependent and dabble in creative fiction writing.

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