- 1. The Day We Danced Around Gold 4.37 869 plays
- 2. Dark Dark Ways 3.44 444 plays
- 3. A Parting Lesson 3.56 351 plays
- 4. Ignorance 1.48 102 plays
- 5. Daisy Baby 2.46 299 plays
- 6. The Huntress 3.55 264 plays
- 7. Can't Walk 3.26 1476 plays
- 8. Corner of Sunset 3.44 635 plays
- 9. Johnny Got It Wrong 4.06 811 plays
- 10. Rolling In The Deep 3.51 1028 plays
- 11. Seeing Red 3.49 821 plays 96.0 BPM
- 12. High Design 3.40 488 plays 96.0 BPM
- 13. View From The Jacket 3.54 365 plays 130.0 BPM
- 14. An Amphibious Reflection 4.49 294 plays 125.0 BPM
- 15. Always Near 5.43 231 plays 100.0 BPM
- 16. Empty Hands 5.07 193 plays 125.0 BPM
- 17. 4 O'Clock 1.57 156 plays
- 18. Dreams 3.37 160 plays 98.0 BPM
- 19. Unknown 4.59 158 plays 104.0 BPM
- 20. Andrew 11.13 343 plays 100.0 BPM
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With their tongues thrust firmly into their cheeks and their music warming the hearts and loins of the audiences they captivate night after night, Denver's The Foot. expertly blends new and old influences into a sound that is immediately recognizable, with a novel edge that is certainly their own.
The lifelong musicians are old schoolmates, brought together at university from all corners of the country. They immediately took their shared love of 60s and 70s classic rock, early 90s alternative rock, modern pop and r&b and began rehearsing earnestly in a basement that seemed to flood on a weekly basis. The results of these aquatic sessions were what would ultimately become their critically acclaimed debut release, 2010's Primary Colors.
Hailed as one of Denver's top rock acts, The Foot. entered the national scene at New York City's CMJ 2010. Urb Magazine declared them "one of the 15 acts you wish you saw at CMJ" alongside such acts as Das Racist and Two Door Cinema Club.
While continuing to sweep the nation like a giant nation-broom, the fourtet worked tirelessly through 2011 on an EP thrillogy that concluded in early 2012. Still riding the wake of this work, they whisked themselves from coast to coast where they played to hungry fans, a sold out Santa Barbara debut, and their 3rd CMJ Music Marathon. The fantastical four continue to juggle writing, recording, and rocking in the most delicately earth-shattering way. Find The Foot.