Tag Archives: FOREIGNFOX

FOREIGNFOX – Lights Off, Carry Me Home [Scottish Fiction]

Having been compared to the likes of Fatherson and We Were Promised Jetpacks, Dunfermline five-piece FOREIGNFOX describe themselves as a ‘turbulent juxtaposition of dark, visceral post rock and defiant, uplifting at-folk’. The intersection of opposing genres is what makes new release Lights Off, Carry Me Home a captivating culmination of despair, hope and optimism. You can hear … Continue Reading ››

NIEVES, FOREIGNFOX, Courier’s Club at SWG3, 12/8/16

Thanks to getting hopelessly lost, first on the way to SWG3, and then again in the ladies, a Monty Hall-like puzzle, sadistically designed to confuse drunk gig goers, we are almost too late to catch first support act Courier’s Club tonight. The track and a bit that we do hear sounds promising, and I’ll be keeping … Continue Reading ››

T in the Park, 10/7/16

Day three arrives and there’s no reprieve on the weather, meaning not only is the arena the muddiest I can remember attending, but that we’re a good half hour late on the gates as flooding has caused health and safety concerns. These precautions seem more than granted, but unfortunately it does mean I only get to … Continue Reading ››

XpoNorth Showcases, Inverness, 8/6/16

Lot’s of things have been said posted about XpoNorth, displaying different sides of the conference, from huge praise to scathing criticism; I have my own opinions on what is right and wrong about the music conference, but this is not the time for that, this is an opportunity to talk about all the wonderful acts … Continue Reading ››

FOREIGNFOX – ‘Driving Drunk For Christmas’

‘Driving Drunk for Christmas’ is the newest release from Dunfermline four-piece FOREIGNFOX, but despite being a Christmas tune it’s subject matter is pretty sombre. The track explores relationship problems around the holidays and how they can lead to dire consequences, explain in a number of metaphors (“I went to see my baby, she was feeling oddly … Continue Reading ››

Electric Fields, 29/8/15

The journey down to Electric Fields begins post 9am and a ‘Happy Bus’ from Buchanan Bus Station; how anyone can muster up the energy to be “happy” at this time in the morning is beyond me and the atmosphere on the bus is as you’d expect from bed missing music lovers with not to many … Continue Reading ››