English power trio Black Foxxes combined '90s grunge and indie rock influences with early-2000s emo and alt-country elements to produce a visceral, emotive racket. They burst onto the scene in 2014, just a few months after forming, with their powerful, self-released debut EP Pines, influenced by the likes of Neil Young, Ryan Adams, Nirvana, and Radiohead. In 2015, the band signed to Universal subsidiary Spinefarm for the release of the single "Husk." High-profile sets at Reading and Download followed, before the announcement in 2016 of their first album, I'm Not Well. ~ John D. Buchanan
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