“A cocktail of disco, wine and rocket fuel”
Southern California’s best kept secret, The Foxtails, are raring to soundtrack your summer with their blissful blend of glistening guitars, disco beats and silky vocals
Birthed during the uncertainty of the Covid pandemic, The Foxtails make music to combat the worries of present day. Music to dance to with your eyes closed; lyrics to shout in your friends’ faces. Their latest release, ‘Waste of a Night’, conjures up feelings of butterflies in your stomach and endless summer nights.
“It’s about living for the moment, letting go of the shit, and having a good time for the sake of having a good time.”
The duo, (Kevin and Ethan, best pals from way back) are on a mission to brighten up the world, with bedroom indie to stadium anthems in their wheelhouse. Taking inspiration from a vast landscape of their musical heroes such as The 1975, Elton John, My Chemical Romance, Ariana Grande and Brendon Urie, The Foxtails are undoubtedly the sound of joy.
From battling depression to surviving car crashes, dabbling in rocket science and competing across Europe with world class choirs, The Foxtails story is nothing short of miraculous. Now turning their efforts to indie pop, the duo are more than determined to spread the message of happiness, positivity, and not taking life too seriously.