British rock three-piece Black Foxxes are Manchester-bound, set to play The Deaf Institute this March with a new album in tow. A band formed from “humble beginnings” in 2014, their aim is to “play what comes naturally, do it as loud as possible and with no gimmicks”. Catch the trio in the flesh on 28th March at Deaf, with supports from Bloody Knees and Emily Isherwood.

The grungey indie outfit are set to follow-up their acclaimed debut ‘I’m Not Well’ with latest album ‘Reiði‘, having already dropped a few teasers including latest single ‘Joy’. Known for their intense and dynamic songs, Black Foxxes are earning themselves a place within the British rock scene with a darker and heavier edge over their contemporaries. Give your ears a treat with their powerful guitar riffs and brooding vocals this Spring.


Black Foxxes perform at The Deaf Institute on Wednesday 28th March. Tickets are available here.

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