San Francisco’s The Stone Foxes rang in 2015 with the release of their new song “Jericho” as part of their ongoing music release series “Foxes First Fridays.”
The Stone Foxes rounded out 2014 with a series of residency shows in San Francisco at the Chapel and in Los Angeles at the Bootleg HIFi. Leading into the Holidays the band is used these residency shows as a platform to raise awareness of a social issue very close to their hearts, hunger and homelessness. In each city they partnered with a local charity in each city to collect canned goods and socks at the shows, and raise awareness of what each organization does in their local community.
In Los Angeles the awareness efforts benefitted the Union Rescue Mission and in San Francisco the band partnered with Episcopal Community Services . These partnerships are part of a larger ongoing initiative the Stone Foxes started called The Goodnight Moon Project.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Circumventing the traditional album release process for release for their fourth album, Twelve Spells, the Stone Foxes are releasing a new song on the fist Friday of every month for the next year. At the end of the year the band will be compiling all the songs, photos, live recordings, alternative mixes and art work into one large unique album package for Twelve Spellsthat is currently available in multiple formats for Pre-Order on theStoneFoxes.com