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St. Louis-based indie alternative band, Foxing, back with their excellent fourth album, Draw Down The Moon.


Draw Down the Moon wields an other worldly power that at times feels spiritual, and its creation took as much inspiration from religion as it did from magic and role-playing games like Dungeons & Dragons. The album title itself is derived from Margot Adler’s ritual book, Drawing Down the Moon. “I’ve been in a place in my life for a long time of deep resentment for religion, specifically Catholicism,” Murphy says, “but I felt like on this one we explored that idea of magic and ritual on a deeper level than just fiction. I value that so much now.”While Draw Down the Moon’s celestial nature often leads it to sound like a record as large as the galaxy itself, it is, at its heart, about all of us on the ground level - the tiny specks floating around together. “There are no life lessons in the record,” says Murphy. “It’s just saying: It’s OK to feel like this. We are all insignificant, but everyone around us is so insignificant, and together, we actually make up all of reality in the universe.”



  1. 737
  2. Go Down Together
  3. Beacons
  4. Draw Down The Moon
  5. Where The Lightning Strikes Twice
  6. Bialystok
  7. At Least We Found The Floor
  8. Cold Blooded
  9. If I Believed In Love
  10. Speak With The Dead


LP is on 'hot pink' coloured vinyl. Packaged in a gatefold jacket w/ gold-foil details. Includes a 24" x 36" poster.


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Foxing - Draw Down The Moon LP

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    Grand Paradise/Hopeless Records

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