VIDEO: Foxlore’s ‘Fever’ Featuring Monotribe Maestro Silent Keat

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Alt rock band Foxlore, who first impressed us with their first music video for single ‘Devil Made Me’, has released a single from their debut album Release Me, My Ghost. ‘Fever’ is a first taste and inkling from their eclectic album that sees the band collaborating with many other local musicians such as Skits, Johann Sultan of The Cotton Field Scarecrowes, saxophonist Yong Yandsen, and many more on nearly every song. The neo-psychedelic song that is ‘Fever’ is palpably fervid as singer Troy cautions, “Hide yourself underneath, just hide yourself underneath!” The electronica adornments is courtesy of Silent Keat, or shoupihou, the well adept electronic bedroom musician, while the Quentin Tarantino-esque visual is the work of Troy, who’s also a graphic designer by profession.

Foxlore is set to debut their album Release Me, My Ghost at a free showcase at Live Fact tonight with support from The Maharaja Commission and new comers GLASS. More details here.

Watch the lyric video below:

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