Brazen Foxes premiere new single ‘Fool’

By Amy Albinson

Northampton-based indie-rock trio Brazen Foxes formed in November of last year. They’re catchy and anthemic, taking influence from both funk, soul and Motown alongside the post-hardcore scene. With influences stemming from the likes of Biffy Clyro, At the Drive-In, Quincy Jones and Nile Rodgers their eclectic inspirations give way to something quite exciting.

Fool is about misguided love and the feeling you get when your delusions begin to unravel,” explains vocalist Ben Hood. “We’ve all been there… you meet someone, you get to know them for a while, they lead you on and then throw you away like nothing happened. ‘Fool’ is about going through this transitional period between fantasy and reality. The loss, confusion and pain you feel but also the liberation once you come out the other side and realise what a fool you’ve been.”

Their debut single ‘Fool is available across streaming platforms on the 16th November.