PHOX, the 6 piece indie-pop band based in Wisconsin has been charming the music world hard. The group describes their sound as “music that straddles Feist and Monty Python,” and their playfulness shines.
Since the 2013 release of their debut EP, Confetti, the group was donned “Madison’s musical success story of 2013,” by The Daily Page. They also took the festival circuit by storm playing SXSW, and iTunes Music Festival in London. PHOX is also already highly beloved by NPR and has been popping up in publications like The New York Times, NY Mag, Salon, and Vogue, all with adoring reviews.
The group recently signed with Partisan Records and will be releasing their highly anticipated self-titled, debut album June 24th complete with a massive US tour in May. It’s easy to hear and see why the group is so lovable, especially with the re-release of their soulful single and official video for, “Slow Motion.” Have a listen and watch this “bunch of friends from the Midwestern circus hamlet, Baraboo, WI, a place where kids often drink poisoned groundwater and become endowed mutants.”