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August 2020
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Black Foxxes have returned with their nearly-nine-minutes-long new single, 'Badlands'

Plus a new line-up.
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Published: 9:36 pm, July 17, 2020
Black Foxxes have returned with their nearly-nine-minutes-long new single, 'Badlands'

Black Foxxes are back with a new line-up, and new single 'Badlands'.

Bristol-based singer / songwriter Mark Holley, the trio now features drummer Finn Mclean and bassist Jack Henley.

“'Badlands' was recorded together, live in a room," Mark explains. "The 9 minute takes felt like marathons and pushed the three of us to our limits; it perfectly captures the tenacity of our new recordings…”

The band released their second album, 'Reiði', in 2018.

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