Posts Tagged ‘Black Foxxes’

NEWS: Crossfaith, Waterparks, and more join Slam Dunk Festival 2017!

Another month closer to Slam Dunk Festival weekend means another line-up announcement, and indeed that’s exactly what the organisers have delivered, adding a further eleven more band’s to the growing bill, which will see a headline set from Enter Shikari to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their debut LP, ‘Take To The Skies’.

The latest names to join the May Bank Holiday festivities include Crossfaith, Waterparks, Milk Teeth, Black Foxxes, and more.

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NEWS: First batch of acts confirmed for 2000 Trees Festival 2017!

The 2017 festival season is fast approaching now, and the organisers at 2000 Trees Festival have just made their first line-up announcement of the year, confirming a headline slot from Slaves along with sets from the likes of Nothing But Thieves, Jamie Lenman, Dinosaur Pile-Up, and more.

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AUDIO: Black Foxxes – Husk (Alternative Version)

Black Foxxes are streaming a stripped back version of their previous single ‘Husk’.

The song features on the trios critically acclaimed debut album ‘I’m Not Well’, which is available now through Spinefarm Records/Search And Destroy, and you can check out ‘Husk’ below:

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ALBUM: Black Foxxes – I’m Not Well

Release Date: August 18th 2016
Label: Spinefarm Records


Every once in a while an artist will come along who effortlessly encapsulates and flawlessly delivers what the people crave. The Story So Far did so with their no-frills, California surfer pop-punk and Architects before them with their devastating post-hardcore anthems. Now, the spot light shines on Black Foxxes who are distributing their own brand of aural heroin via their debut studio album, ‘I’m Not Well’.

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VIDEO: Black Foxxes – Whatever Lets You Cope

Alt.rock trio Black Foxxes have unveiled their new music video for ‘Whatever Lets You Cope’.

The song is lifted from their forthcoming debut LP ‘I’m Not Well’, out August 19th via Search And Destroy/Spinefarm Records, and you can stream the video below:

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NEWS: Black Peaks, Little Comets, and more join Neighbourhood Festival 2016!

The organisers of Neighbourhood Festival, Manchester’s newest addition to the annual festival circuit, have now announced a second round of acts to join the bill, which will be stretched across several venues in the city. Some of the new names joining the line-up include Black Peaks, Little Comets, and more.

You can see a full list of the bill announced thus far, including the latest additions, below:

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VIDEO: Black Foxxes – I’m Not Well

Exeter based alt rock trio Black Foxxes have now premiered a video to accompany their brand new single, ‘I’m Not Well’. It’s also the title-track from the band’s soon-to-be-released debut LP.

You can stream and watch the video via the embedded player posted below:

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NEWS: 70+ more acts confirmed for Reading & Leeds Festival 2016!

The day when this year’s Reading & Leeds Festival weekend is upon us is drawing ever closer, and to whet our appetites even more, the organisers have confirmed over 70 more bands and artists joining the bill.

Fresh additions to the line-up include Good Charlotte, Pulled Apart By Horses, Tonight Alive, Hacktivist, Mastodon, ROAM, Beach Slang, and many more.

You can find all of the newly announced names, along with the current stage splits, below:

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NEWS: Camden Rocks Festival to return for 2016, featuring Young Guns, SikTh, We Are The Ocean and more!

Camden Rocks Festival has confirmed that it will be returning on June 4th of this year, with a bill of over two hundred bands hitting a host of different venues across Camden Town. You can view all the bands confirmed so far below:

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NEWS: 2000 Trees Festival confirms first acts for 2016, including Refused, Twin Atlantic and While She Sleeps!

2000 Trees Festival, set to take place July 7th-9th at Upcote Farm, Cheltenham, has confirmed the first wave of acts to join its 2016 bill. You can check out the new additions below:

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