Single review: Indoor Foxes – Peach Stone

Melodic and full of heart, the new single from Indoor Foxes (Martha Barr) is a blinder. The Edinburgh artist’s Scottish accent comes through thick: the verses an economical half rap, soulful yet rugged in the chorus. Listening to ‘Peach Stone’ is akin to experiencing a particularly humbling heartbreak. The song is shot through with a super creamy guitar riff that is at once busy and laid back. The very idea of swallowing a peach stone is frightening enough – I’m hoping that it’s a metaphor – but Martha’s claim that she will as a result ‘die alone’ is haunting.

This review was first published in the December 2020 issue of SNACK magazine. You can read the full magazine below on your smartphone, tablet, or pc.


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