In 2013 vocalist Mark Holley founds with drummer Ant Thornton and bassist Tristan Jane the british rock trio Black Foxxes in Exeter, South West England, just a few weeks before the release of their critically acclaimed debut EP Pines.
The trio wrote and rehearsed the five visceral songs that would make up the EP in the humble environs of a scout hut in Plymouth. But the electrically-charged nervous energy that came out in Holley’s songwriting translated into a wealth… read more
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|3||Play on youtube||I'm Not Well||
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|8||Slow Jams Forever||
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