Fox Royale has dropped a fresh new tune titled “Carnival Gods.” With new choruses and edgy production styles that pack a powerful punch, “Carnival Gods” is a classic indie-pop masterpiece. To compose this song, the band collaborated with Nickolas Wheeler of The All-American Rejects.
“Carnival Gods” was also created at Wheelhouse Studios in Nashville, Tennessee, and it will appear on a brand-new EP early the following year. Fans of musicians like Mod Sun, Maroon 5, Panic! At The Disco, Bleachers, and Twenty-One Pilots, among others, should definitely check out “Carnival Gods.”
Indie band Fox Royale produce jangly, anthemic music that has the same spirit as bands like Cold War Kids, Cage the Elephant, and Vampire Weekend. As a result of Fox Royale’s ability to create songs on topics like emotional instability, breakups, and family breakdowns feel almost cheerful.
You may have heard of Fox Royale from one of their hit tunes, “Don’t Call Me When You’re Lonely,” which has over a million streams on Spotify alone. This debut track is about a seemingly isolating phenomenon: loneliness, particularly the sort that afflicts traveling artists and their relationships.
Fox Royale started headlining the tour as soon as the single was released. For more details, check here.