Foxfires just released two new singles titled, “Don’t Give Up” and “Choose Love.” The latter is a campaign and message the band have been pushing for 4 years to move towards a more empathetic, equal, and balanced future where we see past race, gender, religion, sexuality, or political party and to fully embrace all of humanity. “Don’t Give Up” is an anti-suicide song that the band have been adamant about putting out since the recent deaths of Chris Cornell and Chester Bennington.

“The band has been around since 2013, but they really outdid themselves with their new double single “Don’t Give Up”/”Choose Love” – the two songs really showcase what the band is capable of… The song we’re posting for the guys today is “Don’t Give Up” – an uplifting anti-suicide song that’s meant to spread the message of pushing through tough times. Sonically and lyrically – it’s a really uplifting song.” —Alternative Addiction (Feb 23, 2018)

“The Foxfires’ ‘Don’t Give Up’ is a new wave, post punk, Seagaze offering, that’s Strawberry Jam sweet, succinct, and very much fun to listen to…The song is an anthem. A call to their peers and allies to ‘Don’t Give Up’, and to be steadfastly strong…Certainly calls into admiration, their priorities towards other human beings, and friends alike. It’s certainly not a necessary thing to do. But there are times when it can be a good thing…Cool sh*t we say. Kudos guys. Kudos.” —Come Here Floyd, Come Here Floyd (Feb 21, 2018)

““Don’t Give Up” features an encouraging message wrapped in a beautifully bouncy melody and an overall positive vibe. There is also a certain laid-backness to it which only adds to the appeal” —Elke Nominikat, glamglare (Feb 24, 2018)

The Foxfires are a four-piece Seagaze band from New York and New Jersey formed in 2013. Their sound is an oceanic indie rock blend of folk, shoegaze, surf rock, and indie pop. The band has played on stages, both small and large with artists such as Michale Graves (Former Misfits frontman), Kurt Travis (Former Dance Gavin Dance frontman), Sparks the Rescue, Have Mercy, Pentimento, Rookie of the Year, and just this past June, they played at Pittsburgh Pride alongside Jennifer Hudson. The band has had their music licensed to NASCAR, Discovery Networks LLC (Discovery, Science Channel, Animal Planet, TLC, etc), MTV, Bring Your Own Board, and Roadtrip Nation in 2017 alone and their music has been featured on radio across the United States and in select parts of the UK. Festivals and events that they have played include Pittsburgh Pride, Newburgh Illuminated Festival, Jersey Shore Music Festival, The NYC Marathon (2016, 2017), Northside Festival, Groove on Grove (2016, 2017), ValleyFest, Haverstraw River Arts Fest, and the Millennium Music Conference (2017, 2018; both as a featured artist on the event’s compilation CD.)