This Prophecy album is the first album released by singer-songwriter and indie artist, Gideon Foster. It carries the life of the artist, all 53 years of it. The thirteen-track LP presents, as Gideon puts it, his journey through life, change, and the winds that bring it. It features some of his earlier and most streamed tracks like Days Of Gold and Fatal Kiss. And this review dives into the title track, to flesh out the artist’s style. 

The track opens with a choral arrangement, its layered echoes, leading to a crisper and clean acoustic space. With soft piano moments floating through, Gideon weaves in emotion using his husky double vocals. The simultaneous harmony of which forms a beautiful canvas to experience the theme. Oozing cello lines come in towards the climax, adding yet another dimension; another cup of perspective. The track is one of the few acoustic spells of the album, among a pool of edgy rock, country, and folk styles. 

You can learn more about the artist and follow his work more closely here – While you’re there, you can also check out the short story and lyrics book, ‘Walking With Mae’ to go with the album. 

The track is available for streaming on popular platforms like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to Prophecy by Gideon Foster here –