Something saucy this way comes. Thunder Fox are keeping things hot hot hot on their newest, a gloopy jam named All These Girls.
Fresh out of a 7-date March tour that included Rabbits Eat Lettuce Festival in Byron, the lads of Thunder Fox have wasted no time getting this bad boy into your hands. Think of it as a plump, steaming Christmas ham, fresh out the oven and ready to be gobbled up.
Thunder Fox are steamier than a Japanese sauna on All These Girls, a slinky sonic exploration of the Love Paradoxical.
The boys of Thunder Fox have spent years now carving their niche; sex-infused jazz funk made for the live stage. They embody this romance with every ounce of their beings, keeping their crowds burning and their clothes, for the most part, off.
All These Girls rings with swanky sleaze, whether it’s the juicy rhythm section, the gaudy and improvisational brass, or the love-drenched guitar solo which closes the track.
The song was engineered and produced by Dan Dave, while Noam Levinberg took on mixing and mastering duties. It comes together as a sultry whole with complete ease – I wouldn’t be surprised to see Thunder Fox coming back to this pair.
One of Sydney’s remaining bastions of funk, it’s clear with All These Girls that Thunder Fox aren’t going anywhere.