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Fox and The Law / Press

“While they are currently unsigned, that surely won’t be the case for long. They have unwavering talent, a true passion, and put on an incredible live show. Any band that can work the sound at Neumos well has my vote of faith. They are a true Seattle band – a little dirty, a little skinny, a little rough around the edges, and a lot talented. Their sound gives garage rock some blues, with a sound reminiscent of Jack White and the Black Keys. Without a doubt this band will be onto bigger and better things in the future. So please, Capitol Hill Block Party, book Fox and The Law this year. I want to hear lead singer Guy Keltner stun the crowd in the summer sun.”

“A lot went into writing your favorite song, but how much do you really know about it? This week Guy Keltner, vocalist and guitarist of Seattle garage-rock four-piece Fox and the Law, delves into developing as a singer, singing from a girl's perspective, and being in shitty relationships. Song: "Treat Me Right" ”

“Seattle’s Fox and The Law bring their raw power to the Doug Fir: "Trust me, you want to be there to absorb the resonance of Fox and The Law’s pure energy and raucous prowess at the Doug Fir on Friday, January 20th. Be amongst the first of your friends to catch wind of this sonic fervor live". ”

“The first thing you should know about this band is that they are self-identified garage rockers – they have no qualms about turning up the gain and breaking a few drum sticks.”

“An acrid cloud of blue smoke silhouettes the surly bartender who leans away from his customers and closer to the stage a foot off the floor. This image appears like a movie as the opening track, “Awake,” plays its soundtrack, soulfully slow, written as if for shoe-gazers and wallflowers too afraid to ask for a dance in a dimly lit club. Welcome to the imagery of Fox and the Law, an intoxicating Seattle band with a blues twist like a lemon wedge on the rim of an electric lemonade. ”

“Guy Keltner is proud of where he’s from, and he’s not worried about the labels that exist when you happen to be from Seattle, or the comparisons that are likely to be made with other bands from such a storied musical city.”

“If the Black Keys, the White Stripes, Cream, Jimi Hendrix and Nirvana gave birth to a rock baby, its name would be Fox and the Law.”