FOXING – ” Two “

Posted: June 23, 2018 in MUSIC
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If you’ve ever looked at an old document and noticed brown spots on it, what you are seeing are signs of aging. It’s not exactly clear what specifically causes them, but one day, the page will completely brown over and be no more. This is called foxing.
A group of St. Louis musicians took this idea and turned it into a band. “From the conception of the band, we realized: we’re not gonna be around forever,” says Foxing singer Conor Murphy. “There’s classic literature that over time grows really old. But hopefully, you can make something that meant something at some point and will mean something down the road, even if it is aged and dated.
Foxing’s forthright lyrical honesty paired with their stunning orchestral sound quickly started earning them devoted fans, It’s something Foxing didn’t expect and certainly were not prepared for. “I was really surprised at the reception we got from this record because it’s very, very specific and personal so it’s weird to have people grasp that and feel a kindredness to it, that’s insane to me,” says Coll. In addition to the new fans who were responding to Foxing’s music in such a personal way, the band also caught the attention of Triple Crown Records. The label took notice of the organic buzz surrounding the band and are re-mastering and rereleasing The Albatross.

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“Indica Two” was recorded in Seattle, Washington
performed by Foxing and produced by Matt Bayles
strings performed by Emma Tiemann
additional vocals by Jess Abbott
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“Redwoods Two” was recorded in Saint Louis, Missouri
arrangement composed and produced by E.M. Hudson of Foxing
vocals by Lena Woods

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