Who anticipated that the most New York City-themed song of the spring would come from…Sydney, Australia?
Introducing Foxlore, a post-punk quintet, who have unleashed a dreamy new track titled “Fools of Love” from their highly-anticipated second album “Noisserped,” set to be released in May. The track’s driving and angular sound is a perfect representation of Foxlore’s range and versatility, with zippy synths and an anthemic chorus from Troy, Selene, Serena, Brendan, and Chase.
Drawing inspiration from the jauntiness of The Lightning Seeds and the wistful strains of The Sundays, “Fools of Love” is a masterful blend of punk, new wave, and indie influences, firmly rooted in 90s inspiration. Its addictive chorus and infectious rhythm make it an ideal road trip song that lingers in your head long after it’s over.
The charming Super-8 style video, directed by Yu Pang George Chan, illustrates – and celebrates – the jubilance of the track. The simple narrative follows a young woman roaming the subway and riding a train with the Foxlore cassette blaring, before reuniting with her friends in the flyer. But was it all real?
“Fools of Love” is the second single from the band’s highly anticipated album titled “Noisserped,” a follow-up to the dark and atmospheric first single “Be Silent.”
“The album is an exploration of the depths of the human experience, touching on themes of love, loss, and the struggle to find meaning in a world that often seems bleak and unforgiving. With songs that range from introspective to anthemic, “Noisserped” is both deeply personal and universally relatable,” says the band.
Foxlore worked with Tim Kevin who mixed and co-produced the album in Tempe River Studio.
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