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Black Foxxes Reveal New Single & Video 'Joy' Plus Instore Appearances Booked





Black Foxxes have released an impossibly cute new video clip - featuring Tarka, Holley’s dog and best friend - for album track, ‘Joy’. The song is the third to be released from forthcoming studio album ‘Reiði’.

Watch the video for ‘Joy’ here: http://vevo.ly/fdSk4C


‘Reiði’ will be released on March 16th 2018 via Search & Destroy Records.

Additionally, Black Foxxes will be performing a short acoustic set, then meeting fans and signing copies of their new album, ‘Reiði’, at the following HMV stores:-



HMV Exeter - Fri 16 March @ 5:30pm

HMV Bristol - Mon 19 March @ 5:30pm

HMV Reading - Tues 20 March @ 5:30pm

HMV Birmingham - Weds 21 March @ 5:30pm

HMV Nottingham - Thu 22 March @ 5:30pm

Access will be on a first come first served basis with a purchase of the new album from HMV on the day of the event.

Please note that due to the tight schedule and the desire to meet as many fans as possible, the band will only be able to sign copies of their new album.



Black Foxxes UK and Euro headline tour takes place throughout March and April 2018. A full list of tour dates as follows; -


MARCH

Wed 28 England, Manchester, Deaf Institute

Thu 29 England, Leeds, Key Club

Fri 30 Scotland, Glasgow, Cathouse

Sat 31 England, Newcastle, Think Tank



APRIL

Mon 02 England, Nottingham, Bodega

Tue 03 England, Birmingham, Mama Roux

Thu 05 England Southampton, Joiners

Fri 06 England, London, Heaven

Sat 07 England, Bristol, Thekla

Wed 11 Netherlands, Amsterdam, Melkweg

Thu 12 Germany, Cologne, Jungle

Fri 13 Germany, Hamburg, Headcrash

Sun 15 Germany, Berlin, Musik Und Frieden

Mon 16 Czech Rep, Prague, Cross Club

Tue 17 Germany, Munich, Strom

Thu 19 Belgium, Hasselt, Café Café

Fri 20 France, Paris, Les Etoiles.



Tickets are available now from all the usual outlets.


Pre-orders for ‘Reiði’ are now live with art print, special edition vinyl, cassette and other merch items available here: https://lnk.to/reidi

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