Party bringers Goldfoot listen when you've got something to say. Their new single "Time Machine" was "originally pretty laid back and groovy," says vocalist and guitar player Trevor Forbess. While they were working on it, they kept it out of their live arsenal.
Then a fan requested that they "write a song that was 'urgently funky,'" Forbess tells. "We decided to revamp it at 140 bpm to see what would happen. From there everything fell into place and it's become one of our live staples. After revamping it, we knew right away that it was something we should record."
The horn-filled "Time Machine" will make you break a sweat and get your heart beating faster thanks to work from Sean Goff and Nicklas Waroff. (And "If you listen closely, you can hear some flute sprinkled in, courtesy of Nicklas," Forbess reveals.)
Tracked at Black Diamond Recording Studios earlier this year with producer and sound engineer Matt Jefferson, the band also "captured some other fresh tracks that we'll be releasing throughout the year," Forbess says.