A small town in Ireland is bleeding a generation to the lure of a citified lifestyle. Those who stay become jaded by beauty and by tribalism.This is the habitat that forged Tell No Foxx. Hyperaware of their environment, Tell No Foxx create music without borders inspired by everything they consume and removed from the idea of genre.

Tell No Foxx are one of the prominent acts featured this year, at Irelands premier A&R festival - "Hard Working Class Heroes". The band have have been working diligently behind the scenes writing, producing and realising their live show with a new release & European tour pinned for 2016.

" Intelligent lyrics are ultimately what set Tell No Foxx apart from a lot of other bands creating a similar sound at the minute and what they’ve created is something that really hits you in the heart. It’s an enthralling listen. " - AmazingRadio.com

"Showcasing the band’s ability to create hyper-real textures through reverb and effects. Dust’ isn’t just trickery, there’s a downbeat ballad palpably felt." - Nialler9

"Not since the likes of Air and Zero 7 have we come across such a genuine star in the making for this genre" - Dublin Concerts

"Gloom Pop ”- Hotpress Magazine

" Tell No Foxx have created a gloomy bedroom pop ballad with a pulsing bassline, howling effects and modulated vocals which works because there's a very good tune still present" -The Irish Times

"Evocative, poignant, unforgettable This is how i would describe Dust. It was a pleasure to listen to actually i had it on replay and i listened to it again and again Just Beautiful. I can hear influences from Massive Attack with a strange mix of Depeche Mode it works and i love it." - Festival & Gig Guide

“Images for you to fall into and get lost in. If you want to try something new, and you like your music to have a bit of intelligence, depth and atmosphere, then I highly recommend Tell No Foxx. Their sound demands a serious listen.” – Musician.ie

“They’re a slick, very polished band who are unashamed at the level of production they put into their music.” – Live Review - GlodenPlec.com