The debut full-length album Night Owl drops on August 21, 2015.
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"Antique Furniture" is the first track off our new record Night Owl.
"San Francisco" and "In the Wild" are off our EP The Wild, released April 26th, 2013.
"You" and "Live Forever" are the first tracks from our debut EP released in January 2012.
ABOUT NIGHT OWL
Night Owl, the debut LP from Guy Fox, will street on August 21, 2015 following the release of two EPs (The Wild, 2013 and Guy Fox 2012). Recorded over 18 months at San Francisco based recording studio Tiny Telephone (John Vanderslice), Night Owl embarks into evolutionary territory for the band. Staying true to their signature sound this record is a listenable version of the energetic live set for which they’ve become known.
Together with producer James Riotto (John Vanderslice, Sean Hayes, The Mountain Goats, Thao Nguyen, Charlie Hunter, Marty Ehrlich, Geographer, Kacey Johansing, etc) Guy Fox used the unique tools at Tiny Telephone to approach the recording process as an additional instrument. Consisting of almost entirely new material, Night Owl, features special performances by James Riotto on synthesizer, Ross Eustis (Brass Magic) on trumpet, Andrew Maguire (John Vanderslice, Thao, Mirah etc.) on percussion, and Lalin St. Juste (The Seshen) on vocals.
With time on their side, Night Owl is truly a studio record. Guy Fox crafted new atmospheres using the analog equipment at Tiny Telephone to add abstract sound to their already rich arrangement. The single “Antique Furniture” encapsulates the adventurous instrumentation while delivering the rich explosive sound at the core of Guy Fox. This record was built in the studio and recorded to tape by taking risks and scrapping material, but most importantly capturing the vibe of the place and the moment.
Images of place are integrated within the overall sound on “San Francisco” “The City Line” and “Home.” Tracks like “Don’t You Think It’s Cool” and “The Good Life” explore a loss of innocence. While the music is rooted in soul, funk, and rock n’ roll, the introspective undertones reach towards making choices, landing on a path, and leaving that path for a new one when it’s time.
-Amanda Mayo, music journalist for Consequence of Sound and CHIRP radio