Mt. Doubt / Foreignfox Split 7"

by Scottish Fiction

  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    With music this good you need an physical product to back it up. Mt. Doubt 'Tourists' and Foreignfox 'Lights Off, Carry Me Home' pressed as a AA-side on black vinyl, housed in stunning artwork and comes with an insert containing download codes for both tracks, two b-sides, and two EXCLUSIVE remixes.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Mt. Doubt / Foreignfox Split 7" via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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We at Scottish Fiction Records enjoyed working with Mt. Doubt so much last year that we are teaming up with the band again. And joining our roster are the wonderful Foreignfox. Together both bands' new singles form our AA split 7" vinyl coming out on 31st March 2017. The 7" vinyl will be accompanied by a download package of two B-sides (one per band) AND two EXCLUSIVE remixes (only available with the vinyl).

For those who are unfamiliar with either band, Foreignfox have the kind of raw, passionate energy you associate with a band possessing the kind of 'close to the bone' lyrics and huge chorus that they are capable of. There's equal parts dark-pop, post-rock, and alt-folk at play, with comparisons made to the likes of Fatherson and We Were Promised Jetpacks.

Mt. Doubt have risen through last year as one of Scotland's most promising talents, led by Leo Bargery's sullen and thoughtful lyrics, and musically capable of both 'quiet-loud-quiet' explosions and heartfelt harmonies. Comparisons have been made to The National, Joy Division, The Twilight Sad, and The War on Drugs. For Mt. Doubt, the real joy lies in getting between these influences and creating something personal and real.


released March 31, 2017

Mt. Doubt - 'Tourists' - Written by Leo Bargery. Recorded, produced and mixed by Mark Morrow.

Mt. Doubt - 'Let Us Prey' - Written by Leo Bargery and Annie Booth. Recorded, produced and mixed by Mark Morrow.

Mt. Doubt thanks - Mark Morrow for keeping things neat and tidy. The Doomsquad for always being exceptional musicians and humans. HQFU for kindly working her magic on the remix. And lastly Morrissey and Diego Costa for being constant sources of happiness and inspiration.

Foreignfox - 'Lights Off, Carry Me Home' - Written & performed by Foreignfox (Watt/Devine/MacIntyre/Hamilton/Hernandez). Recorded, mixed & produced by Bruce Rintoul, 45 A-Side Recordings, Glasgow. Mastered by Ed Woods

Foreignfox - 'Bonfire' - Written & performed by Foreignfox (Watt/Devine/MacIntyre/Hamilton/Hernandez). Trumpets by Ciaran McEneny. Recorded, mixed & produced by Bruce Rintoul, 45 A-Side Recordings, Glasgow. Mastered by Ed Woods

Special thanks to Gav Paterson, Duncan Aitken, Liam Saunders, Rory Cowieson, Cairan McEneny, Nadia Maria, Neil Wilson, Gavin Craigie, Cameron Brisbane, Joe McTernan and all other friends and family that help us do what we do. Extra special thanks to Nathan & Ellie who are the best actors we've ever had the pleasure of working with.


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