For the Foxes are up and onto the dance floor in "We're Coming Up."
For the Foxes have been on the rise for a minute now; "We're Coming Up" dropped in February, but a little thing called Vans Warped Tour got in the way of immediately delivering the single's video. Well, now the band's finally given the electro-pop jam the clip it deserves, complete with a dressy, Justin Timberlake-worthy new look.
Watch For The Foxes' "We're Coming Up" video after the jump.
For The Foxes describe romantic love in their brand-new lyric video, "Running Back To You."
Did you know that 75 percent of love songs (rough guestimate) are all a lie? They're actually about falling out of love, or wishing that the object of your affection was in love with you. That's why it's a nice change of pace to hear a song like For The Foxes' "Running Back To You," which actually seems about a mutually shared love. Weird how that works!
Watch For The Foxes featuring Allison Weiss' "Running Back To You" lyric video after the jump.
We are LOVING the floral motif in For The Foxes' "Son Of A Gun" lyric video.
New Jersey natives For the Foxes have been quietly slaying the pop rock game for a minute. We were all about the boys' Revolution EP and their sugary pop jam "We're Coming Up," and now the bros from the Dirty Jerz (we're sure that joke gets old really fast) are back with the lyric video for their brand-new single, "Son Of A Gun."
Watch For The Foxes' "Son Of A Gun" lyric video after the jump.
For the Foxes are coming for your headphones.
For the Foxes were starting The Revolution last time we heard from them. That was back in 2012, and these days the New Jersey band is still ready to rage. With "We're Coming Up," the pop-rock band is buttoning up their dress shirts and hitting the dance floor (sorry, Justin Timberlake -- you're not the only one who can wear a "Suit & Tie"), laying down edgy funk guitars, oh-whoa-oh vocals, and reverb-heavy drums straight out of 1987. It's half festival anthem, half club banger, and totally playlist essential. "I ain't here to waste your time," singer Nick Dungo promises on the sky-high hook, "We're coming up/ and I don't want to come back down." See? Drake's not the only one who "Started From The Bottom."
Listen to For The Foxes' "We're Coming Up" after the jump.