In support of Fox Grin's upcoming show Thursday, 12/8 at the Star Community Bar in Atlanta, GA, Immersive Atlanta premiered a new song from Fox Grin called "Jack Quick".
The song is an homage and collaboration celebrating the friends and bands that will be playing with Fox Grin at Star Bar on 12/8.
Here's what Immersive Atlanta had to say:
"Details. For songs that go heavy on them, that are rich in layers and sound, there is a subtle but critical difference between getting lost in them or losing yourself to them. Fortunately for Fox Grin’s latest single, the end result conjures the latter. The new cut squares itself firmly in the lush dream pop that Thomas Chapman and David Bean are known for creating, but there are significant advances both in the subtleties of their performance and the quality of the production.
Although “Jack Quick” was recorded, arranged, and performed by Fox Grin, it should be noted the song was written by Matt Debusschere (Freak Out, ex-The Futurists) and John Lindsey (Bell Breakers, The Futurists, Brain) back when the pair were in The Futurists together. Without ever having heard the original, it’s impossible to do a comparison, but I can state that Fox Grin’s version is decidedly generous, full of immaculate textures and melodies that are almost soothing in their meditative calm. It’s a pensive track that tackles existential questions about the nature of being, but it’s such a joy to listen to to, it could just as easily be about kittens or rainbows and I’d still keep hitting repeat. Still, calling this headphone candy, while true to some extent, is to miss the point. “Jack Quick” is as much about finding yourself as it is letting go, and with it Fox Grin have delivered their finest moment yet."
You can listen to the collaborative track below: