RIYL: alt rock with studio polish
Label: Spartan Records
Two years after the release of their impressive debut EP (Predecessors), Pittsburghâ€™s Young Fox returns with Sky Beats Gold, a beautifully layered and moody discourse aimed directly at perpetual questions. Dark and driving drums lay the foundation for intricate guitar work and aggressive instrumentation combines seamlessly with soaring and confident vocal melodies. Â It’sÂ a big soundÂ combining the drive of Thrice and the complexity of Sunny Day Real Estate with accessibility of Foo Fighters and the emotion of Manchester Orchestra. The album also features a cameo from Stephen Christian of Anberlin on the track “Slow Burn.”
There are 3 variants to choose from, each limited to 100 copies. Â Check out first single Sometimes the Monsters Win below and grab your favorite colorway after the ‘buy’ link.
First pressing limited to 300 copies:
â€¢ "Monster" (White / Transparent Orange / Bronze Striped with Black Haze) (100)
â€¢ "Wolves" (Brown in White in Orange Color in Color in Color) (100)
â€¢ "Desert" (Transparent Orange with Black Smoke) (100)
Full color jacket printed on reverseboard stock with black dust jackets and a 12" x 12" insert.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive