THE Foreign Films have released new single Fall Of The Summer Heart.
It is the first track from the forthcoming The Record Collector LP, out in April 2014 - the first full-length release since 2007's Distant Star.
The man behind The Foreign Films, Bill Majoros, dropped RealSoundsOK a line to tell us about his new music.
Bill, from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, said: "Fall Of The Summer Heart is an eight-part song cycle, clocking in just under 13 minutes.
"The idea sprung while on tour in England. At first it was more a dream sequence than a song, but over time the fragments of mumbled melody took the foggy images of birds, ghosts, pinball machines, a fortune-teller, mermaids, a maze, an abandoned amusement park into a sonic tapestry.
"The track took just under one year of recording, with help from producer Carl Jennings, and players Kori Pop, and Kirk Starkey.
"It is meant to connect the dots from the past to the present. Taking references from not only 60s pop giants, but also modern sound wizards. The result is a song within a song within a song."
For more information on Bill and his music, visit theforeignfilms.com or facebook.com/theforeignfilms