Foreignfox - Bonfire

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    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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Bonfire was originally intended to be a solo-acoustic meditation on loss and letting go. Naturally, attempts to add sparing instrumentation and subtle backing vocals ended up including arena drums, screaming guitars and a fearsome display of falsetto acrobatics from singer Jonny Watt, that probably dealt him approximately 150 cigars worth of vocal chord damage.

"As a parting antidote to the doom and gloom we usually enjoy inflicting upon audiences, we've taken to closing our set with this song for one final cathartic release."

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from Mt. Doubt / Foreignfox Split 7", released March 31, 2017
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

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