The Foxfires’ ‘Don’t Give Up’ is a new wave, post punk, Seagaze offering, that’s Strawberry Jam sweet, succinct, and very much fun to listen to. And sometimes that is what songs should be, no? Plus, the song has a message they want you to know about.
The song is an anthem. A call to their peers and allies to ‘Don’t Give Up’, and to be steadfastly strong.
“[The single] is a campaign and message the band have been pushing for 4 years to move towards a more empathetic, equal, and balanced future where we see past race, gender, religion, sexuality, or political party and to fully embrace all of humanity. ‘Don’t Give Up’ is an anti-suicide song that the band have been adamant about putting out since the recent deaths of Chris Cornell and Chester Bennington.” – The Foxfires.
Ain’t that cool?
Certainly calls into admiration, their priorities towards other human beings, and friends alike.
It’s certainly not a necessary thing to do. But there are times when it can be a good thing.
A good thing, certain is.
“If you find a way to wish away the day, you might just break away. From the small work days that feel just like a plague. You’d rather play than stay.”
Two brand spanking new singles were released: ‘Don’t Give Up’ and ‘Choose Love’. They’re looking to expand the campaign and spreading the music love.
Cool sh*t we say.
Kudos guys. Kudos.
The band consists of: Christian Diana (Vocals, Guitar), Adam Alexander Kahn (Bass), Christian Cordero (Guitar, Keys), and Brandon Vallejo (Drums).