The Revue premieres the D’ark remix of Copperfox’s “War Horse” (Music Video)


The Revue premieres Copperfox‘s new music video for “War Horse” (D’ark remix), which showcases the Martian-like landscape of Maui’s Haleakala Volcano:

The song is majestic. It is the sound of an abandoned street at night where the only voice that can be heard is in the one in your head. It is your deepest thoughts and fears speaking to you, yet you still look over your shoulder. That solitary, uneasy feeling we all experience, yet there is an inner peace. It is an unexpected calmness where you can collect your thoughts and figure out your biggest dilemmas. It is that little glimmer of light in the darkness that provides you with an ounce of hope.


Songwriting Magazine premieres new Copperfox EP HAUNTS


Copperfox‘s new EP Haunts is out Friday! Songwriting Magazine premieres the full stream today:

“We think that the end result is something very special…Our personal favourite is the D’ark remix of ‘Feel In The Void,’ with the fresh take giving it a Princess Chelsea meets My Bloody Valentine vibe.”

Copperfox single “Feel in the Void” premieres on GroundSounds


The new Copperfox single “Feel in the Void” premieres over at GroundSounds!

“Featuring haunting pop melodies over moody chord structures, Nashville based dream-pop ensemble Copperfox are gearing up for their third release, the forthcoming EP ‘Haunts.’ The project is layered with atmospheric vibes and surging synths…”

Copperfox single “War Horse” premieres on Surviving the Golden Age


“War Horse,” the first single from Copperfox’s forthcoming EP HAUNTS, just premiered over at Surviving the Golden Age!

[‘War Horse’] straddles the line between shoegaze and jangle pop. With singer Lisa Garcia’s reverbed vocals, the track is reminiscent of Lush or Dum Dum Girls. With its energy and surfy vibes, its a summer ready track released just before Christmas.

Copperfox to release 4-song EP “Haunts” on February 5th

Copperfox to release 4-song EP Haunts on February 5th

Copperfox, a dreamy indie/psych-pop quartet based in Nashville, began in Portland, OR as a duo comprised of guitarist Rory Mohon and singer Lisa Garcia. After releasing a couple of EPs that elicited RIYLs ranging from Neko Case and Band of Horses to The Head and the Heart and Mazzy Star, the pair moved to Nashville, continuing to develop a sound that featured haunting pop melodies over moody chord structures while welcoming new members Andrew Bottini (bass), and Stephanie Kincheloe (synth, guitar and background vocals). After a year together, they found themselves writing in an entirely different genre altogether, retaining the atmospheric sensibilities at the core of Copperfox but now relying heavily on synthesizers and drum machines, which were becoming a growing passion for songwriter Mohon.

“When we moved to Nashville and added members, our sound naturally changed. Where we once had pedal steel giving atmosphere to the songs, we now had synths and that alone was a huge shift in our sound,” says Mohon. “We decided to dig deep and push our sound — Lisa leans more towards atmospheric music, so the transition was not only natural for her, but intentional. It was important to her to have a cohesive sound that more accurately reflects us as musicians and artists.” The band emerged with their third EP (and first release from their new Nashville home), Haunts, full of spacious layers highlighted by Garcia’s chilling and evocative vocals and Mohon’s warm resplendent guitars.

Haunts emerged from a gradual progression of writing and ditching songs repeatedly. “My growing love for synthesizers helped me to look at songwriting from a different angle,” reveals Mohon. With Haunts, Copperfox incorporates new influences — the EP includes two original tracks, the desert-noir of “Warhorse” and the epically evocative “Feel in the Void,” remixed by their side project D’ark, which re-imagines the compositions filled with synths layered on top of drum machines pounding out slow tempoed beats. Both Copperfox and D’ark are driven by mesmerizing vocal melodies and wet guitar. Copperfox is the hero’s journey, while D’ark navigates through the void.

Haunts was mastered at Magic Garden Mastering by Grammy-winning engineer Brian Lucey (Black Keys, Beck, Arctic Monkeys), and will be available for digital download on February 5th, 2016.

HAUNTS Track Listing:
01. Warhorse
02. Feel in the Void
03. Warhorse (D’Ark remix)
04. Feel in the Void (D’Ark remix)

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