In just a few years, San Francisco’s The Stone Foxes has shown themselves to be one of the hardiest new classic rock outfits going, exhibiting a heartfelt dedication to making music that breathes, shakes and sweats in that “they don’t make ’em like they used to” way associated with prime 70s Rolling Stones, The Faces, and like-minded cornerstones. Like these greats, their work continues to evolve after it’s released into the world, and one of the best examples of this is “Passenger Train” from 2010’s Bears & Bulls, which has become an off-mic, hand clapping, wistful road tune that brings the boys out into the crowd and often elicits some of their most nakedly impassioned singing & playing. Dirty Impound is hella pleased to premiere this intimate performance from one of our absolute favorites these days.
And do these boys (and rock in general) a favor and consider investing in their next album, which the Foxes are currently raising funds for here. Their pledge video is below the acoustic performance, so take a gander and see if you don’t have a few coins kicking around your piggy bank to spare.