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Listen to "Heather," a Driving New Cut From Reese McHenry & the Fox

Posted by on Wed, Oct 11, 2017 at 2:02 PM

click to enlarge Reese McHenry - FILE PHOTO BY JEREMY M. LANGE
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In mid-July, Reese McHenry released one of the Triangle's strongest LPs of the year: a collaborative record with the mighty Spider Bags, titled Bad Girl. But she's not satisfied to stop there, apparently.

With her new band, Reese McHenry & the Fox, she's continuing her impressive streak of mighty musical output with a new EP, High Comma, that's due relatively soon. "Heather" is the first of High Comma's four songs, and it's a straightforward, shadowy rock number that moves at a quick clip. As with all of her projects, McHenry's hurricane vocals take the spotlight, and she's surrounded by an unrelenting mass of drums and guitars.

High Comma is out later this fall, but there's no release date as of yet—late November or early December, McHenry estimates. The band plays a free show at N.C. State's Fridays on the Lawn later this week. In the meantime, you can stream "Heather" below.


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