Foxing wins over the world in their NPR Tiny Desk Concert
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The anticipation hit an all-time high when Foxing's fans first caught wind that the St. Louis band had recorded a highly-coveted NPR Tiny Desk Concert. This is the kind of thing they knew Foxing would slay at; they'd probably been waiting for it to happen for as long as the band's existed.
Well... the session dropped today and their fans were right. Foxing absolutely blows this performance out of the water. They even added an extra three members (to their already large group of six) to perform newly-arranged string and saxophone parts on three songs from their latest album, Nearer My God: "Slapstick," "Nearer My God," and "Grand Paradise."
Nearer My God is an apocalyptic melodrama about control in a world that really, really feels like it’s falling apart. Produced by Chris Walla (Death Cab For Cutie) and expertly-executed by vocalist Conor Murphy, guitarists Eric Hudson, Ricky Sampson, and Jonathan Hellwig on drums, Foxing shines their collective brightest on this record, combining elements of anthemic indie rock, avant-garde R&B, classical and more to create their most original and strongest material yet.