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Check out Black Foxxes' dark new track 'Jungle Skies'

"[It's] a song written about depression."
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Published: 5:28 pm, October 16, 2020
Check out Black Foxxes' dark new track 'Jungle Skies'

Black Foxxes have shared another new track.

'Jungle Skies' follows on from recent comeback singles 'Badlands' and 'Drug Holiday', with all three taken from their self-titled third album, due for release on 30th October.

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

“'Jungle Skies' is a song written about depression," says Mark. "I wrote this song the week before I had to shave my head because of the treatment I am on. It’s the happiest I’ve ever been about any lyrics I’ve ever written. It’s a song about the dark, but also about re-birth and learning to love and accept yourself. I hope it can connect with some of you that are going through your own personal battles."

Check it out below, and catch the band on tour next March.

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