Last night, Exeter’s Black Foxxes stopped off at the Melkweg Upstairs in Amsterdam for their first ever headline show on Dutch soil. The gig, which was just a few tickets short of packed, saw Mark Holley and co. kick off their European tour in style as they drew from their two-album back catalogue. New album Reiði has swiftly become one of 2018’s defining records, one which is spearheaded by the likes of frantic set closer JOY, lead single Sæla and the intense Oh, It Had To Be You. Jack Parker went to check out what went down in Amsterdam, including special guests Bloody Knees.
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