Starting as a three piece band, Watching For Foxes consisted of friends that grew up together in Fremont, MI rehearsing in a vacant high school. The band started performing live in early 2014 and continued on touring the Midwest. Wanting to create a bigger sound live, they soon began looking for additional players. After going through some line-up changes, the band finally locked in their members and have been together ever since.
With the release of the upcoming full length album, Undone Bird, Watching For Foxes brings new elements to a classic genre. Lush with beautiful progressions, a roots folk feel, and big choruses, the album boasts the aesthetic of indie folk anthems. Although the songs are diverse from one and other, there is a glue that holds the record together much like a concept album. Most importantly, the band never loses sight of the emotional platform great songs are built from.
These guys won the 2014 Walk The Beat Best Artist Contest. Don’t miss out on them!