From the band –
Ladies & Gentleman, Foxygen is back with their third release …And Star Power, out Oct. 14th (13th in Europe) via Jagjaguwar. The followup to We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic is a 24-song epic journey that picks up right where members Sam France and Jonathan Rado left off. Catch the video for the debut single “How Can You Really“, starring France as he harnesses the power of rock-gods before him. Bonus points for those who spot the cameos from members of Gardens & Villa and Dub Thompson, the latter supporting Foxygen on their upcoming North American tour. Directed by Grant Singer, watch the video above or on Youtube / Vevo.
Hear/see the band on KEXP perform new music live in-studio today via their site here: http://kexp.org/video/live
Click read more to see art for the new album, track listing, and also upcoming tour dates starting tomorrow in Seattle!
We are thrilled to release the official digital soundtrack for the new Magnolia Pictures movie Drinking Buddies written and directed by Joe Swanberg (Hannah Takes the Stairs, Alexander the Last). The soundtrack features Jagjaguwar artists Foxygen, Richard Youngs, and also Richard Swift, Here We Go Magic, Night Beds, Plants And Animals, and more. Get a preview of the album by hearing Richard Swift’s “Lady Luck” above or here on YouTube.
Order the soundtrack on iTunes now.
Click read more to get more info on the movie and the soundtrack including the track list and album art.
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The title song from Foxygen‘s debut album We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic, gets a psychedelic and trippy visual from director William Doyle of Neighborhood Watch Films. Watch the video above or HERE on YouTube to see singer Sam France running around Calvary Cemetery in Queens summoning the spirits just as he does on stage.
That same stage energy ended the band’s summer tour a bit early when Sam had an accident at First Avenue in Minneapolis in July. Doctors confirmed he completely fractured his tibia and fibula and underwent reconstructive surgery.
However, they said they are confident he will be able to perform in time for Austin City Limits and Foxygen‘s October dates in New York City All fall tour dates preceding ACL have been cancelled. Read more to see those dates and the band’s performance of “Make It Known” at Pitchfork Music Festival this past summer below.
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We are very excited to be in attendance at the Independent Label Market tomorrow with a long list of other fantastic indie labels! We’ll have vinyl, rare items, and more for you to mull over buying with your hard earned money but we would love just to see you and say hello!
Our table is located by the Commercial St entrace to the Market in between Soul Jazz Records and Vice Records. To see a list of some special items we are offering at the market plus a map of all the vendors, see below.
How Can You Really by Foxygen
Coulda Been My Love by Foxygen
No Destruction by Foxygen
San Francisco by Foxygen
Shuggie by Foxygen
Make It Known by Foxygen
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