USA Today Song Premiere: No Man's Land
Daytrotter Session with Fox and the Bird
Paste Magazine: 12 Texas Bands You Should Listen to Now
American Songwriter: Fox and the Bird Video Premiere
Dallas Observer: Fox and the Bird Named "Best Folk Act" in DFW
Dallas Observer: Fox and the Bird is Among Best Folk Acts in North Texas

"...a wide range of instrumentation and a beautiful, organic sound..."
-- Pete Freedman, Dallas Observer

"What is this hope I hear on their voices? Even when singing songs of heartbreak, there is an ever-present optimism and peace about them. They sing of home, and I feel at home."
-- Sarah Crisman, Pegasus News

"Fox and the Bird, a band with wonderfully layered Americana-flamenco-folk harmonies."
-- Joy Tipping, Dallas Morning News

“Local beloveds Fox and the Bird take their straightforward folk sensibility and throw it in a blender on high with beautiful melodies and sing-along, foot-stomping tunes.”
-- Rachel Watts, Dallas Observer

"Combining mellow voices and a variety of instruments, Fox and the Bird delivers mesmerizing performances that possess a mystique and style that defy musical formula."
-- Star Community News

"Lyrics are reminiscent of the macabre and imaginative, of folk music by Welsh immigrants to Appalachia."
-- Lucinda Breeding, Denton Record Chronicle

"[Fox and The Bird's songs] bloom most fully in concert, where the full-throated, multi-part harmonies can reach full roar and the intoxicating clatter behind them blows forth like a summer wind sweeping through the tall grain."
-- Preston Jones,

"Fox and the Bird believe in music as orthopraxy: self-subsisting and without boundaries."
-- Dick Sullivan, D Magazine

"Loosely fitting under the vintage umbrella of neo-folk, this well-thought-out group of tunes boasts a variety that never seems cobbled together by force. Instead, a spirit of unity between the album's sonic traits and the group's comfort with the material shines powerfully."
-- Kelly Dearmore, Dallas Observer


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