Live Video: Fox and the Law

Live Video, Local Music
03/29/2014
Jake Uitti
photo by Greg Stonebraker [view set]

Part fresh-faced punks, part wise songwriters, Fox and the Law seem to always be creating expectations and then immediately defying them, dashing preconceptions as soon as their rich guitar riffs and vocals rife with sonic time bombs hit listeners' ears. This Seattle four-piece, not even two years from their first record release, has received acclaim from a number of Northwest publications but, if you watch them closely as they perform, all that seems to matter is the music (and maybe a touch of bravado). The band stopped by KEXP for a live in-studio with DJ Larry Rose, sitting in for Sharlese, on Audioasis. Watch them play here:

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