It's in the twelve steps Against a death threat— Foxing (@Foxing) August 1, 2018
It's like a seat belt
Against a hurricane
You're in the first class
Against a tailspin
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Saturday 11th August at Banquet Records, Midday
Tickets and albums for collection at the in-store, please bring your order number with you.
The day after the release of their hugely anticipated new album, Foxing play a stripped back set in Banquet.
Nearer My God is the band's third full length album, following on from 2015's impressive Dealer. The band have completely pushed and evolved their sound even further this time around, the diverse singles Slapstick, Nearer My God and Gameshark shed a glimpse of how expansive and unique this record is... We couldn't be more excited to see them in the shop for an intimate and stripped back set.
Nearer My God is an indie rock band making a record that aspires to be something far bigger than ’80s or ’90s nostalgia. The festival-ready stomp of “Grand Paradise” is Foxing’s answer to “Airbag,” “Zebra,” or M83’s “Intro,” the leadoff track that doesn’t “level up” so much as shout that an already great band is playing a completely different game. While the title track and “Bastardizer” are laser-lit, howl-and-point anthems that could conceivably elevate them to the status of alt-emo festival staples like Manchester Orchestra or Circa Survive, there’s not much contemporary comparison to the nine-minute ambient odyssey “Five Cups” or the IDM-goes-post-hardcore frenzy of “Gameshark” or “Heartbeats” merging swirling house rhythms with atmospheric post-rock guitars.
In-store Grade B.
Priority will be given to anyone who orders a copy of Nearer My God from us.
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