With a name inspired by a haunting and lucid dream related to her by her mother, Foxes is the solo electro-pop project of Southampton, U.K.-born singer/songwriter Louisa Rose Allen. While her early singles -- such as 2012's "Echo" right through to February 2013's "Clarity," her Billboard-charting collaboration with German producer Zedd -- faithfully tread a dance-pop path, there was a quirky and cultured approach to her material that betrayed a nod to similarly minded predecessors such as Kate Bush and Florence & the Machine. Allen had moved to London, aged 18, before enrolling in and subsequently leaving a music theory-focused course. Ironically, this in turn allowed her to spend more time crafting the songs that she would ultimately issue as singles on the transatlantic indie label Neon Gold and the Sony imprint, Sign of the Times. A careful and slow-burning promotional campaign saw her music feature in the U.S. teen drama Gossip Girl, while Allen gradually began to be touted by an increasing number of blogs during 2012. Despite having performed relatively few gigs up until that point, in October 2012 she toured in support of labelmate, Marina & the Diamonds. Early the following year the Andy C remix of "Right Here" -- her collaboration with U.K. drum'n'bass act Rudimental -- crept into the U.K. Top 75 singles chart. ~ James Wilkinson, Rovi

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