They’re unstoppable but pretty in the chaos as ‘Reiði’ comes to life.
Have a wander through Mark Holley from Black Foxxes’ teenage years.
They join Marmozets, Milk Teeth, You Me At Six, and loads more.
The follow-up to ‘I’m Not Well’ is out now.
They’re a band at the very top of their game.
They’ve announced some instores, too.
The track is the latest to be lifted from the band’s forthcoming album, ‘Reiði’.
There’s also Camp Cope, Jeff Rosenstock, Pianos Become The Teeth, Rolo Tomassi and so many other brilliant bands.
Black Foxxes’ first album established a band of limitless promise, but what appeared on the surface to be an unqualified success took a more challenging path behind the scenes. Now back with a second album even stronger than its predecessor, they’re a band ready to