The Foxfires are a Seagaze band formed in 2013. Seagaze is oceanic indie-rock with a positive message. The Foxfires most recent releases, a double single titled, Don't Give Up/Choose Love and the Brooklandia singles garnered positive press from Paste, Impose, Patch, and many others. The band headlined their first festival at PEX: Summer Fest in Darlington, Maryland in 2018 in addition to Providence, Rhode Island's largest event, PVD Fest, Musikfest , and O+Fest. In 2019, they performed at the United Airlines Rock ‘N’ Roll Marathon in DC, Millennium Music Conference in Harrisburg, PA, Singer Songwriter Cape May in Cape May, NJ, and opened up for Consider the Source at Debonair Music Hall, before traveling to Norfolk, VA to speak on a panel and perform at the Granby Theater, as a part of East Coast Music Conference, the inaugural Rock Out the Dope Music Fest, Hudson Valley Music Summit, American Dissonance Fest, and the 10th Annual Froggy Daze, the NYC Marathon, and many others. The band has just announced their signing with Brink Records out of Virginia, with more big announcements planned for the end of the year into 2020.
Music is a great bridge to understanding, much like a language everyone can understand, but not always speak. It's a catalyst to empathy for those who feel alone and a remedy to those who feel broken. Music for us is therapeutic and gives us the ability to be a voice for others, while also being a voice for ourselves.
Our musical dream is to affect real sociological, psychological, spiritual, and political change as artists, across the globe. Being a voice for those who are like the people in our band, is what our mission has always been.
We would make the world empathetic. We must learn to love ourselves as a people, in time, however in order to learn to love people, we must first learn to understand each other and see people as equals.
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It's the only thing we've ever felt right doing.
Treat others as you’d like to be treated. Treat yourself as you’d treat the love of your life. Do something which makes the world a brighter place and remember we’re all in this together and nobody will get out alive.
Free at last
A musician’s reality in 2019 is to not be discouraged by what others tell you and understand that the music industry is what you make of it. There’s more accountability and digital paper trails for days. The only things holding a musician back in 2019 is positivity, patience, the spirit of progress, effort, and inability to distinguish the industry as a business as much as it is a passion. Passion can still be present while attempting to make a career out of what you hold dear. Although, there is over-saturation, there is also more mediums for success. Cream floats to the top, as it always has, but now it’s much more about how willing you are to be the very best. Don't Give Up.
Drooble is a long time coming.
Impatience, unprofessionalism, cynicism, negativity, and poor work ethic. The naysayers always claim that success as a musician is virtually impossible, yet are the first to give up when faced with any semblance of a roadblock. You must at times reverse engineer your dreams and understand that overnight success takes much longer than one night. Evolution is a must and progress is key. You must be dedicated, hard working, critically thinking, and willing to both compromise and think outside of the box. Pessimism is anybody's worst friend, overwhelming optimism is the slow road to pessimism. It is time to view the glass as half. Not full or empty, but rather could be better or worse and that power is in your hands.
We do. We watch our friends and our community's scene and praise people who make the scene a better place. We don't consider our local scene to be one state or county, however. Our local scene is global and we support those who do great things wherever they do great things.
The ability to evolve Good work ethic Patience Strong administrative, clerical, and accounting skills Good songwriting Desire to improve Pragmatism Realism Logic and Intuition Empathy Positivity Altruism Strong social skills Good management skills
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