Thu 1 Mar 2018

Interview with… Black Foxxes

Black Foxxes

We caught up with Black Foxxes ahead of their Manchester and London shows later this month & April!

See what they had to say below…

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When did you first start making music? 

  1. As a band? Around April/May of 2013 but I think individually we’ve all been dabbling in magic for sometime!

What is your favourite song to play live?

  1. We played a new track called Breathe off our new album ‘Reidi’ at an end of year/Christmas home town show and that was so much fun to bring that one to life finally.

What is your favourite album of all time?

  1. That’s a tough one! Right now I’m jamming on Nirvana’s In Utero a lot. Loved that band and that record growing up.

Who would you most like to collaborate with?

  1. I would absolutely love to work with Julian Baker. She’s great!

What should people expect at one of your gigs?

  1. Broken ear drums and lots and lots of tears.

What’s the best gig you’ve ever been to?

  1. Lately I’ve been reminiscing about a bunch of local shows growing up. We would go to see this band called Orca at every opportunity, they were amazing! I think they toured with Funeral for a Friend back when!

What music icons inspire your sound today?

  1. Neil Young’s attitude towards music is definitely a big one for us as a whole. He paved the way for a lot of musicians.

What music did you listen to growing up?

  1. My earliest memories is my mum playing Micheal Jackson, Beatles and Bowie records. When I finally started to find my own music taste Nirvana took over my life, I was obsessed!

What was the last piece of music you bought?

  1. I think it was The Bronx ii on vinyl. My absolute favourite record from them.

What 4 songs you can’t stop listening to right now?

  1. Tribute to Nothing – Maybe I’m Waiting  |  Nirvana – Scentless Apprentice  |  Pianos Become The Teeth – Fake Light  |  Marilyn Manson – The Nobodies