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VIDEO PREMIERE: Galileo’s Fan – ‘We Are The Lucky Ones’ – Watch Now

Today XS Noize is pleased to premiere Scottish duo Galileo’s Fan’s new video – ‘We Are The Lucky Ones’ as they prepare to release their spellbinding new album, ‘I Won’t Be Found,’ on 16th September 2019 via GF Records.

Siblings Fi (vocals/piano/keys) and Martin Vass (vocals/guitar) grew up in Nairn in the Scottish highlands where they played folk and traditional music alongside their siblings, including renowned folk musician Mike Vass. In 2012, Galileo’s Fan was born and the duo have been regulars on the Scottish live circuit ever since. The pair have already received praise from the likes of Folk Radio, BBC Radio Scotland and Best of British Unsigned, as well at performing at prestigious festivals such as Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Yes Festival.

The album is an undeniably compelling collection of cinematic vignettes from the offset. Each track combines subtle
electronics with poignant harmonies and twinkling melodies to create Galileo’s Fan’s signature indie-pop sound. Nods to their traditional folk roots can be found throughout the album, cleverly mixed with modern, celestial soundscapes to make their unique sound truly majestic. Fans of the likes of The Frames and Of Monsters and Men will feel at home here.

Talking about the album, the band elaborate “the songs are a collection of personal stories of love, loss, political dismay and life experience. The album portrays an insight into both a male and female perspective on modern life and the trials that shadow it.

Watch the video for ‘We Are The Lucky Ones’ – BELOW:

I Won’t Be Found Tracklist:

1. We Are The Lucky Ones
2. Say I Am
3. I Won’t Be Found
4. Arranging Time
5. Coming Up
6. The Lost Waltz
7. Who’d Have Thought
8. Waiting To Hear
9. In Truth
10. Waterfall

Today XS Noize is pleased to premiere Scottish duo Galileo’s Fan’s new video – 'We Are The Lucky Ones' as they prepare to release their spellbinding new album, I Won’t Be Found, on 16th September 2019 via GF Records.

The Lucky Ones

The Lucky Ones features heartfelt performances, but is undone by the plot’s overwrought parade of coincidence and contrivance.

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The Iraq war has thus far produced no truly memorable dramatic movies, as opposed to documentaries, and the losing streak continues with The Lucky Ones.

This is not the worst of the Iraq-themed movies of the past few years, and it’s possibly the best acted of any of them. But you wish the bonding of these three people wasn’t diluted by the trite scenarios and artificial circumstances of their saga.

As they hit the road, the scenes play out like TV sitcom vignettes with little holding the centre together. We find out details about the characters lives, but never feel we know them.

McAdams and Pea are affectingly vulnerable, while Robbins convinces as a family man with strong paternal instincts.

It feels like it secretly wants to be a Iraq vet version [ of Y tu Mama Tambien] but is afraid to go there.

A cautious but strained apolitical Iraqi War drama.

Mostly everything in the film, regardless of how contrived the set up, eventually rings true.

Their real, unstated missions are more in the nature of relocating their souls and finding some elusive peace of mind.

. captures the manner in which both the smallest and largest events on a road trip can build a sense of camaraderie among three strangers with very little in common.

If not for the warmth and likability of its characters and those playing them, The Lucky Ones would be a tiresome formula picture.

When three very different U.S. soldiers find themselves on an unplanned road trip across America, they form a deep bond that may be the closest thing any of them has to real family. T.K. Poole, Colee Dunn and Fred Cheever arrive in New York from Germany only to find their connecting flights canceled due to a power outage. Anxious to get to their respective destinations, they agree to share a rented minivan to suburban St. Louis where Cheever is to reunite with his wife and teenage son. From there, the other two plan to fly to Las Vegas where the macho T.K. wants to make an important stop before seeing his fiancée and the tough yet naïve Colee plans to pay a visit to a fallen fellow-soldier’s family. But, when Cheever’s homecoming turns out to be a far cry from what he anticipated, the trio’s one-day drive expands into an impromptu cross-country marathon. Along the way, they experience a string of surprising adventures ranging from the hilarious to the heartbreaking. As their interstate journey takes them from a barroom brawl to a high society dance to a bizarre Sunday morning church service, T.K., Colee and Cheever discover that home is not quite what they remembered and the unlikely companionship they’ve found in one another might be what matters most of all.