fox jaw

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New Single ‘Madeline’ OUT NOW!

Watch the music video here: https://youtu.be/CDUrQYWi6UU

Mar 15th - Evil Eye - Liverpool, UK

Mar 17th - The Slaughtered Lamb - London, UK

Mar 17th - The Fiddlers Elbow - London, UK

Apr 5th - De Barras - Clonakilty, IRL

Apr 13th - Record Store Day instore at Steamboat - Limerick, IRL

Apr 13th - Kasbah Social Club - Limerick, IRL ***SOLD OUT***

Apr 18th - Roisín Dubh - Galway, IRL

Apr 20th - Sin É - Dublin, IRL

Jun 1st - Vantastival - Drogheda, IRL

Limerick quintet, Fox Jaw, return to form with their brand new single 'Madeline', a modern strutting alt-rock groove anthem with hints of a New Romantics past.

The new single comes accompanied by a full Technicolor audio visual experience shot and directed by the band’s drummer, Shane Serrano. The music video follows the misadventures of a sexual predator and his prey, while paying homage to the cinematic styles or Tarantino and Rodriguez.

Recorded at Ballyhane Studios with engineer Art O’Laoire, mixed by Mike Gavin et Even Audio and Mastered by Richard Dowling at Wav Mastering (David Bowie, Foo Fighters, Interpol).

Once described as ‘a modern band with an old soul’, Fox Jaw have a swaggering trend-shaking growl, that always keeps things sweet and melodic with an honest collection of dark pop songs. With hundreds of shows under their belts, 10 Singles, 5 Vinyls Releases, 2 Studio Albums, 2 EPs, 1 Live Album, countless festival appearances, TV appearances, Magazine Covers, Music Video Awards, Album Of The Year Awards, and only one flat tyre ... Fox Jaw have been bringing their signature brand of rock and roll to audiences across Europe & North America for the last 12 years.

2014 saw the release of their 2nd studio album ‘Ghost’s Parade’, with an impressive amount of airplay, raising many eyebrows in the music industry, ‘Ghost’s Parade’ is an album in full sonic Technicolor, verifying the bands ability & love for a plethora of genres, above and beyond the pigeonholes many set for them.

In 2016, following the success of the release of their brooding rock & roll floor fillers ‘Do You Want It All?‘ & ‘Hit It Off’, the band released their 3rd EP ‘Black Light Vignette’ with a flying start both at home and overseas, getting picked up by over 30 college stations in the USA.

Fox Jaw have played such festivals as: Electric Picnic, Indie Week (Canada & Ireland), Castlepalooza, Knockanstockan, Indiependence, Sea Sessions, AranMojo, Hard Working Class Heroes, Glasgowbury, Vantastival, Arthur’s Day & more.

They’ve shared the stage with such acts as: Against Me!, The Strypes, And So I Watch You From Afar, Alabama 3, The Redneck Manifesto, Jape, Hayseed Dixie & many more.


“Majestic full-band rock with a distinct Irish touch.” – Nialler9 (IRL)

"It’s Irish vocalists such as Ronan Mitchell from Fox Jaw who make for an incredibly unfair playing field for every other Indie outfit from other corners of the globe ... It isn’t everyday you stumble across an up and coming band which can rival the likes of Interpol, Editors, the Black Keys, and Black Rebel Motorcycle club at the same time as carrying an undeniably contemporary fever in their sound." - A&R Factory (UK)

"Oscillating between bluesy hymns dripping with bass lines and good old-fashioned rock’n’roll-around-in-the-mud, Fox Jaw are punchier and sassier than your grandma after several cheeky sherries ... Fox Jaw represent the future of Ireland’s alternative rock bands." - Itcher Magazine (UK)

"Songs that they can happily bring anywhere, and win audiences with ease ... They’ve carved out a sound that stays away from anything else that’s around right now." - Dan Hegarty / 2FM (IRL)

"A feast for the ears. Dark, moody & slightly schizophrenic... An exciting sound that's unquestionably their own." - Hotpress (IRL)

"One listen to Fox Jaw's second album and it's impossible to figure out what genre they fall under ... Therein lies the beauty of the Limerick quintet ... Such inconsistency should be catastrophic, but Fox Jaw triumphantly embrace their weirdness" - The Irish Times (IRL)