Pierce Fulton embarks on his latest musical journey with enthralling debut album titled ‘Better Places’
Teasing fans with a steady stream of singles from his latest album, including “Home in August,” and “Life in Letters,” Piece Fulton has finally dropped the entirety of his anticipated debut album, Better Places. With each piece generating its own distinct sensation, Fulton flexes his dexterous production ability with an appealing diversity that keeps the entire album fresh and interesting from front to back.
The project’s opener, “Life In Letters” describes an empowering message of making the most out of life, trying the best even when the going gets hard. With the charming lyrics backed by the captivating chord progressions, “Life In Letters” is the perfect pick-me-up on a cool summer night. The record’s title track, “Better Places” featuring NVDES, radiates positive sentiments with carefree riffs of whistles and exhilarating bass melody that ties the glues the piece together. One of the most notable highlights on Better Places, is “Wind Shear,” which features strikingly dynamic vocals contrasted with undertones of staggering bass and percussion progressions.
With a slew of previous hits under his belt, including “Kuaga,” “Pantheon,” and his remix of Dillon Francis and Sultan & Ned Shepard‘s “When We Were Young,” Pierce Fulton has been making his name for quite some time now, though his debut album marks a significant milestone for the decorated young producer. Showcasing new dimensions to his sound on Better Places, Pierce Fulton fortifies his reputation as one of the boldest progressive house players in the game.