Tell No Foxx
You know that feeling you get that reminds you of your teenage years when you’d hear a song for the first time and then listen to it over and over, possibly obsessively. Well that has been the case with me and Tell No Foxx‘s newest offering ‘Dust‘ since I heard it for the first time last month (sorry it took so long to share). Dust is haunting, sexy and obsessive – perfectly portraying a love song of the deepest kind.
I’m not the only one that thinks this is one classy track that makes me excited to hear what these three Wicklow* lads, Brian Sillery, Luke Lacey, & Johnny Flood have in store for us when they release their next album, just have a read of the review snippets here on Breaking Tunes.
*what are they putting in the water in those there hills – special musical juice?
For now though it’s less of that and more of this …[soundcloud id=’197875520′ width=’100%’]
Tell No Foxx first came to my attention this time last year when they were preparing for their release of their self-titled debut EP, which they released on July 4th and gigging at ‘Forbidden Fruit and the City’, ‘Hard Working Class Heroes Festival’ and in Whelans but to name a few …
Tell No Foxx are active on Facebook and Twitter so connect with them there for music and gig info.
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