Friday, 3 April 2015

Tell No Foxx - 'Dust'


Tell No Foxx, 'Dust'

Info: "Wicklow electro/alternative act Tell No Foxx return with a new offering, a song about the recognition of a love that has soured. 'Dust' showcases a band that has matured in both musical composition and delivery.Touted as “Gloom Pop” by Hot Press magazine, Tell No Foxx released their eponymous debut EP in July 2014.”

I knew when I first reviewed Tell No Foxx almost a year ago that they would be a band that I would be particularly interested in following in terms of future releases, their sound is different to most. Tracks such as the excellent 'Boulevard' and 'Fussilade' from last years self-titled debut E.P. created a bit of a stir in music circles in 2014 and awareness of the Wicklow band increased accordingly. 

'Dust', however, is quite distinct in many ways from their previous work, it feels more adventurous and experimental, in a very short space of time there has been a progression within the musical style on offer. The track opens with a ghostly, eerie instrumental that lulls the listener with it's motion, the vocals are lightly filtered and I think it works nicely in adding to the atmosphere of what could be their best song yet. The predicted intrigue following Tell No Foxx's first release last year continues once again and I'm looking forward to hearing more from where 'Dust' came from.

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