Foxfeather has made a new video for their track titled ‘Come and Get Me’. In a truly retro-esque anthological style replete with a troubadour’s vision and Americana flare, Foxfeather has truly found and embraced their style that is loved by their fans and adored by music aficionados alike for a multitude of reasons. Foxfeather places a timestamp on what is clearly their time with their music and original ‘family’ take on a beloved genre.

About Foxfeather
Foxfeather is a sultry Alt Americana duo founded in Boulder, CO in 2013 by Carly Ricks Smith (lead vocals), Laura Paige Stratton (acoustic/electric guitars, keys, vocals), and is often supported by various instrumentalists for a full rock sound. They are a local staple in the Colorado Front Range, and also tour nationally.

They released their debut EP, Foul Moon, in 2014. In response to this release, The Marquee stated that “the group is overflowing with talent” and “Carly Ricks Smith has a spectacular voice which lies somewhere between the folky soprano of a young Joni Mitchell and the jazz-heavy range of Lake Street Dive’s Rachel Price. It’s powerful as well as delicate.” Andy Eppler of The Prairie Scholars said “it’s sexy. It’s original. These women have crafted something very special and instantly likable on this album.”

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Foxfeather released their first full length, self-titled album in October of 2016, which Rooster magazine described as “time warping…it’s an emotional ride into the forest of folk with low-hanging country branches slapping you in the face without apology… its got a good thing going” (Rooster Magazine).