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Music News - Tablefox Release ‘Something Better’

Tablefox Release ‘Something Better’

21 August 2015 - 0 Comments

Tablefox announce the release of their first single Something Better, from their self produced debut album Objects (November 2015). This track marks the band’s first recording since the release of the Passenger EP in 2013.

Much has happened for Auckland band Tablefox since the Passenger EP. Evolving from a three piece into a five piece has seen their sonic palette broaden to include weaving dual guitar lines and uplifting harmonies, creating an intense tapestry of light and shade in their music. Gigs have been played and audiences built by honing the songs that will become the Objects album.

From Roundhead Studios in Auckland to Tsunami Studios in heartland Horowhenua, Tablefox have endeavoured to craft songs that burrow their way into the hearts and mind of listeners. Something Better does this directly with its bell like guitars, explosive chorus and thought provoking lyrics.

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