Southern California rock quartet Foxtide has released an invigorating new rock single. Called “Already Gone”, the track is a deeply thoughtful existential narrative set against new wave infused rock.
In “Already Gone”, Foxtide tells the story of a man who is trapped in an endless routine. He becomes isolated and despondent and lives a life of boredom that is due to the responsibility he feels from society. The band also incorporates some of their own story of having to work mindless jobs in order to get by. The deeply understandable narrative makes the song an important and relatable listen. Featuring synth beds that ebb and flow against driving drum beats and dark psych guitar lines, “Already Gone” is an enticing anthemic 80’s infused single.
Foxtide came about during garage jam sessions and the four piece bonded over their love of bands including The Police, Tame Impala and The Strokes. They have partnered with industry heavyweights including Grammy award-winning Jazz producer Kamau Kenyatta who made an appearance on their debut album Visions, released last year. “Already Gone” is just a taste of a new chapter for the band filled with new music and thrilling live shows.
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