Enigmatic Artist Fox Unveils Highly Anticipated, Collaborative Art Rock Debut Album, ‘Cosmic Caravan’

‘Cosmic Caravan’ is the debut album from Fox, an artist with a unique art pop sound that he’s developed over a three year period of writing and development. Fox takes inspiration from vintage rock, funk, jazz, and psychedelia, and blends them delicately into his alt rock style.

The 13 tracks on ‘Cosmic Caravan’ were written on an acoustic guitar in a sporadic period the first year, and Fox has released a music video for ‘Wild Honey’, with several more to come, including ‘Mystic Apocalyptic’, ‘Animal’, ‘Everlasting’, and the title track, ‘Cosmic Caravan’.

Fox’s band, the so called “Cosmic Caravan”, comprise a drummer, bassist, trombonist, violinist, and pianist, along with Fox’s friend, rapper Michael Bahsil, who features on several tracks, including the album opener, ‘Mystic Apocalyptic’.

Korean-American singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Fox, takes clear inspiration from enigmatic artists such as David Bowie, Kate Bush, and David Byrne, and his deep, sonorous vocals are reminiscent of Nick Cave, and Iggy Pop. His lyrics are introspective and philosophical, sombre and reflective, and his music will strike a chord with fans of the above – as well as anyone else who is looking for music they can get their teeth into.

‘Cosmic Caravan’ is out now and can be streamed and downloaded here. You can find out more about the enigmatic Fox and his music online on InstagramFacebook, Spotify, and Apple Music. Watch the music video for ‘Wild Honey’ below:

Fox - Wild Honey (Official Video)

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