NEW MUSIC: FOXES | BODY SUIT
British singer-songwriter Foxes has released a new song, “Body Suit,” from her upcoming third studio album “The Kick” as the fifth single. James Greenwood wrote the new song, Morgan Nagler and Louisa Allen, produced by James Greenwood and features '80s synth-pop and Jazz sound with saxophone. Foxes, real name Louisa Rose Allen, says of the track, "It’s about letting your guard come down completely, showing your true self and letting go of all pretence and ego – falling into someone and letting them see you entirely without the fear of being judged." "The Kick" was written and recorded remotely during the pandemic and will follow her 2016 album "All I Need." Speaking about the album in September last year, Foxes said, "The record was written from a place of wanting to escape the walls of my own apartment; I wrote it imagining freedom and dancing and people being able to hold each other again. Being so isolated made me really dig deep into my mind, and my imagination just ran wild, and I spent so much time on zoom day and night just writing words and melodies, and before I knew it, I’d written an album's worth of material. I felt trapped and almost like my insides were dancing, but I couldn’t express it, but in writing, it allowed me to feel free again. This record feels like a new start and the ability to come back to life after such a strange time of us all being alone." "Body Suit" is out now. Foxes "The Kick" album will arrive on February 11th.