Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by teebs41, Dec 8, 2017.
New Record from Black Foxxes!
Single is alright but this is still one of my most anticipated of 2018
Song is cool. Album I’m excited for
How did I do with the album title? Lol
I’ve been saying this like “Ready” and that is how I’ll continue to say it.
Single has grown on me. Hoping it’s a well chosen single in the sense that the best is yet to come.
this feels sort of far off
can't fucking wait
I'm Not Well was phenomenal and more importantly, it was vital for me during my rough moments in mid-to-late 2016. Connected with it really strongly and I'm excited to hear what comes next.
Ugh I wanna listen to this record already
Ooooh an album title written in IPA, this is relevant to my interests.
I know i need to listen to this now! thoughts on the song??
@Colin Your Enthusiasm while I was going nuts last night Black Foxxes released a new song!
Need more time with it - first listen reaction was that it sounded a little too much like earlier material.
this is a bad thing?
No, I mean more like it feels like they've written this song before. But as I said - first listen.
Sounds like an I'm Not Well b-side. Not that that's necessarily a bad thing, just kind of underwhelmed by the two singles so far.
first one grew on me a lot, won't hear this one until Lunch but I'm excited to check it out
It's okay I guess. Just seems a little basic compared to some of their other work
this record is so much better than i'm not well but ok y'all lol
i love this song it is super catchy
This song exists in a very different space than I’m not well, I def dig it.
I really like Sæla, and Manic in Me is also getting better with each listen, so I'm definitely looking forward to this album.
it's also possible that the i'm not well superfans shouldn't listen to me, bc i thought that album mostly showcased a band with a ton of potential who hadn't totally realized it yet
How would you describe the new album, compared to i'm not well ? Are the two singles indicative of the album's sound as a whole?