VIDEO NEWS: Black Foxxes Reveal Video For ‘Whatever Lets You Cope’
Black Foxxes have revealed the video for their latest single Whatever Lets You Cope, ahead of the release of their debut album later this month.
“I wrote [the song] whn I was staying in Pembrokeshire, in the most idyllic countryside village by the sea,” explains frontman Mark Holley. “On the last day, I went out for a walk along the coast, and as I was reaching the footpath, I saw a woman lying on a bench…she had a bottle of vodka by her feet. It was obvious that she was under the influence of something as well…It was a surreal contrast, to see this beautiful, idyllic scenery with this lady at the forefront. It really stuck in my mind. The song is about the illness of addiction and the moment the drug hits.”
I’m Not Well is set for release on the 19th August via Spinefarm Records, available to pre-order in physical and digital formats. There is also exclusive prints of Dan P. Carter’s album artwork available, along with T-shirts and hoodies.
Black Foxxes will perform at Reading & Leeds Festival later this month and return to UK roads in October for a headline tour following their performances at Southsea Festival, Sound and Vision Festival and Neighbourhood Festival. Catch them at one of the following dates:
Sun 16th – LEEDS – Brudenell Games Room
Mon 17th – LIVERPOOL – Arts Club 2
Wed 19th – NEWCASTLE – Think Tank Thu 20th – GLASGOW – Cathouse
Sun 23rd – BIRMINGHAM – Sunflower Lounge
Wed 26th – SOUTHAMPTON – Joiners
Fri 28th – LONDON – Boston Music Room
Sat 29th – EXETER – Cavern
Sun 30th – BRISTOL – Exchange