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Curly Hair/Foxes! UK Tour – The Fat Fox

Curly Hair/Foxes! UK Tour – The Fat Fox

The Fat Fox has recently been passed into new hands and they’ve been working away at turning it into a live music and events venue that Albert Road will be proud of. One of the many events they have lined up this month is the arrival of the joint Curly Hair and Foxes! UK tour on the 24th. This pair of Brighton bands that have drummed up admiration and support from the likes of the BBC, and local and national Press. Their Split Tour welcomes the new releases of both bands which have already started to garner attention.

On Toy Soldier records, and part of the Wilkommen Collective which includes The Sons of Noel and Adrian, Curly Hair have impressed BBC Radio 6’s Gideon Coe and Mark Riley, and gained attention from Steve LaMacq thanks to their stellar E.P. ‘Ivy League’. Made up of Benjamin, Jess, Martha and Michael, their unique brand of twee-folk-pop is guaranteed to have you spellbound. Their new double A single ‘8-Beat/Pumpkin Eye’ is due to release this month.

“I love it, I absolutely love it…an absolute delight!” – Marc Riley, BBC 6Music
“(Ivy League is) a really lovely little ep!” – Steve Lamacq, Radio 2

Also hailing from Brighton shores, Foxes! are Adam, Kayla, Al and Matt, who create infectious indie-pop that has lead them to support the likes of Hot Toddies, Stornoway, Art Brut and Absent Elk. Their E.P. ‘Who Killed Rob’ brought them rave reviews across the country and…

“Their episodic jangly pop may represent the first attempt in musical history to wrangle winsome C86 indie with prog rock.” – Alexis Petridis, The Guardian, February 2010.

Local Support is provided by The Boy I Used To Be, who is quickly attracting attention thanks to his appearance at E4’s ‘Skins’ party, and soon to support Lightspeed Champion at The Wedgewood Rooms.





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