As Oscar Wilde once said, every great romance was ruined by the notion of forever. Fox Parlor have backed up that iconic statement with an equally impressive offering of good old grinding Southern Rock n’ Roll orchestrated around the same sentiment. Whilst the four-piece powerhouse collective’s style is safely rooted in the classic Rock styling their sound is anything but archaic thanks to their quite angsty instrumental sensibility which contrasts against the vocalists soulfully effervescent rendition of the nihilistically romantic lyrics.
The riffs are just as punchy as the chorus is catchy with Short Love, it’s a track that greets you with that rare sense of amiability. The atmospheric edge encapsulated in the soundwaves is more infectious than it would first appear; the melody has a way of sticking with you for long after the track has drawn to a raucous close.
You’ll be able to check out Fox Parlor’s latest single Short Love from June 28th, 2018, in the mean time you can head on over to Facebook & share in the hype that has been building around their much anticipated release.
Review by Amelia Vandergast