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Dance Again, Baby

Hunting Foxes on April 13, 2011 04:46

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    Innovative new Melbourne band Hunting Foxes have recently launched the first single 'Dance Again, Baby' from their soon to be released EP 'You May Not Like Us, But Your Girlfriend Does'.

    Described as a "Shuddering Mardi Gras of indie-rock axe sounds and dance-tastic beats" (Lisa Dib, 9 March 2011) the single exudes luscious guitar tones, unabashedly sexy vocals and an infectious disco groove. Recorded locally and mastered by the renowned Spectre Mastering Studio in Seattle, the single embodies the bands intelligence and dark sense of humour, setting the bar high for songs to follow.

    Jarrad Evans (guitarist/composer) and Reede Reynolds (percussionist/audio engineer), formed Hunting Foxes in the summer of 2008 out of their mutual desire to dress well and write innovative pop music. Joined early on by Ben Shields (vocalist/guitarist) and later by Lindsay Davies (bassist), the band has recently performed with a range of talented local acts (Dancing Heals, Pretty Strangers, Planet Love Sound, Red Ink, RedBerryPlum, Dead Actors Club) in some of Melbourne's most established live music venues.

    Spanning genres from disco to reggae, and armed with a bewildering amount of vintage and contemporary equipment, lean fitted denim, and razor sharp synths, Hunting Foxes bring an international sound to the vibrant Melbourne music scene.

    Look out for Hunting Foxes as they continue to reiterate this stunning single (and debut EP) with their vehemently energetic live show.

    Release date: Mar 10, 2011


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