Check out Black Foxxes’ dark new track ‘Jungle Skies’

"[It's] a song written about depression."

Black Foxxes have shared another new track.

‘Jungle Skies’ follows on from recent comeback singles ‘Badlands’ and ‘Drug Holiday’, with all three taken from their self-titled third album, due for release on 30th October.

As well as Bristol-based singer / songwriter Mark Holley, the trio now features drummer Finn Mclean and bassist Jack Henley.

“’Jungle Skies’ is a song written about depression,” says Mark. “I wrote this song the week before I had to shave my head because of the treatment I am on. It’s the happiest I’ve ever been about any lyrics I’ve ever written. It’s a song about the dark, but also about re-birth and learning to love and accept yourself. I hope it can connect with some of you that are going through your own personal battles.”

Check it out below, and catch the band on tour next March.

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