Orchestral electro pioneers, Fuck Our Ordinary Lives, have released another string-centric masterpiece, “Smoke & Death.” With talents and composition worthy of scoring a Hollywood blockbuster, this duo has created a brand that is uniquely their own. On their latest original, F.O.O.L. marries dubstep and heavy electro elements with enchanting string sections, playful piano rolls and thunderous kicks. We hate using the word “epic” but in this case it’s extremely fitting. Grab it for free via their Soundcloud.
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