We caught up with Fox Glove backstage at Rock The Shores to discuss the best way to achieve great sounding vocal harmonies, and how to train your ear when singing with others. Check out the lessons below to learn their tips and tricks to a great group vocal performance!
Here's some more about Fox Glove:
Ethereal harmonies floating amidst cinematic soundscapes, Fox Glove falls somewhere in the realm of inky alt folk with hints of dream rock. Hailing from Victoria, BC, this collective are known for their diverse voices and range in sound, and offer everything from sensuous melancholic ballads to spellbindingly strident anthems. A crowd-favourite in the BC music scene, Fox Glove recently headlined the famed Alix Goolden Hall in Victoria, selling out the 800 seat theatre. With performances at the Juno Host Committee’s “Let’s Hear it Live” Festival in March, an Ontario and Quebec tour in May, and a much anticipated full length album set for release, 2018 is guaranteed to be a catalyst year for this charming group. Often drawing comparisons to Joseph and The Staves, Fox Glove delivers passion, potency, and an immersive live performance that will leave you forever changed.
We caught up with Fox Glove backstage at Rock The Shores to discuss the best way to achieve great sounding vocal harmonies.
We caught up with Fox Glove backstage at Rock The Shores to discuss the best way to train your ear when singing with others