FOXTRAX – A Cool Refreshing Band

Humor, irony, poetry: that’s the recipe of brand new FOXTRAX’s video for Underwater,

A catchy song, opening with a little guitar solo that suggests the beginning of a new adventure.

 

Smoothly guided by the narrative lyrics of the singer, who’s feeling paradoxically underwater in El Mirage Lake desert, drowning under the sand and mirages,

We’re watching a video that seems to be the tale of how many times he fell for his delusion.

Video directed by Ivanna Borin (1st AD: Good Charlotte, Bring Me The Horizon) and DOP from award winning Frank Borin (Director: Bring Me The Horizon, Good Charlotte, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Eminem, Duran Duran). 

Besides the entertaining storytelling of this visual, the video illustrates also one the band first quality: it is a live band!

The kind of band that’ll make the buzz gigs after gigs, festivals after festivals,

The kind of band that’s never too tired to bang it, even lost in the middle of nowhere.

Plus they now have accomplished a few milestones:

Their single Underwater has reached #1 on Apples New Music Spotlight

And has garnered over 100,000 plays on Pandora and over 40 playlist adds in its first week.

It has also received radio play from major taste maker stations including Sirius XM’s Alt Nation and The Spectrum and has received close to 100,000 plays on Spotify!

FOXTRAX has been named “One’s To Watch” by Live Nation and

Will hit the road with Barns Courtney for west coast dates at The Rickshaw Stop in San Francisco on September 6 and The Troubador in Los Angeles on September 8.

Tickets here

 

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