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Foxes turns out hit tunes "White Coats," "Echo," "Beauty Queen" and "Shaking Heads" with her electronic, synthpop fingerprint. Fans clamor to see Louisa Allen Rose, aka Foxes, LIVE in concert. Purchase Foxes tickets now.
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Foxes is the stage name Louisa Rose Allen uses for her solo act. A mixture of electronic music and pop-rock, Foxes claims both Kate Bush and Florence and the Machine as influences on her work. Allen began making music as Foxes in London as early as 2011. Her first single, “Youth,” was released in 2012 on Neon Gold Records and experienced critical acclaim. She caught the eye of a larger label shortly thereafter, signing with Sign of the Times records, the U.K. division of Sony Music Entertainment, later that year. Anyone looking for an energetic and emotionally-charged electro-pop performance should pick up Foxes tickets now!

After releasing several more singles in 2012 and touring with Marina and the Diamonds, Foxes experienced her first international break by collaborating on the single “Clarity” in February 2013 with German producer Zedd. The song was a smash hit, charting in multiple countries and reaching number eight on the U.S. Billboard charts, as well as going double platinum in Australia. She and Zedd were nominated for, and subsequently won, “Best Dance Recording” for the song at the 56th annual Grammy Awards. Foxes’ music has been featured on the American television drama “Gossip Girl,” and her debut full-length studio album, Glorious, was released in May 2014.