Six years, two EPs and a self titled album later, Wisconsin based indie-folk band PHOX announced this past October they would be taking an indefinite hiatus so the band members could take time to work on other projects. But before they leave their fans in indefinite sadness, they’ll be embarking on their short Goodbye (For Now) tour.
First on their list: 9:30 Club on Wed., Jan. 25.
PHOX is sure to put on a performance full of a wide range of soulful and soothing vocals and folk compositions. After the release of their self titled album in 2014, Consequence of Sound called their music “varied, ornate, and only occasionally precious,” and went on to say that “you’ll get better-calibrated songs that sound fresh in a genre that, as these friendly and talented Midwesterners show, still has life left in it.”
Their performance will be perfectly coupled with opening act Cuddle Magic, a band full of musicians that, according to 9:30 Club, has piqued the collaborative interests of many artists, including Beyoncé.
While we hope this is not the last we’ll see of PHOX, their show at 9:30 Club is sure to be a great start to new beginnings. Go here to get your ticket.
Featured Photo Credit: Feature photo courtesy of PHOX on Facebook.
Cassie Osvatics is a senior English major and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.