Edinburgh-based Indoor Foxes is set to release her newest track, “Mr Yellow Eyes” on the 26th of February. Prior to this new release, Indoor Foxes has had immense success with her previous work such as “Peach Stone”, which received praise on platforms and radios such as BBC Radio Scotland, BBC Radio One, Gigwise, and many more.
The sound of the track is something reminiscent of other various well-loved female musicians such as Girl In Red, Beabadoobee and Phoebe Bridgers. The slightly delayed guitar tone and dreamy vocals are usual components to a bedroom pop track. Indoor Foxes (also known as Martha Barr) chose to take on a more mature sense of content on “Mr. Yellow Eyes” regarding the lyrics.
When speaking about the interesting and genuine lyrics and the meaning behind them, Indoor Foxes said, “I wrote this song as a letter to my dad about my partner and how much I want to show him how happy we are but how sad it can be. I wanted to talk about how it feels to watch something so beautiful start to feel so heavy and to acknowledge that I don’t know what I’m doing or how to make it work – and that’s ok.”
Strictly Scotland branded Indoor Foxes to be “One of the purest and best voices coming out of Scotland at the moment” and I couldn’t agree more. There is so much potential in her sound with very little room for improvement. And as the fanbase for dream-pop indie grows, we can hardly wait to see Indoor Foxes rise to higher notoriety.
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