Small Fires, the long awaited album from Bay Area-based band The Stone Foxes, will be released February 12 on INgrooves Fontana. The new record follows the band’s 2010 sophomore album Bears & Bulls that USA Today described as “irresistible” and the San Francisco Chronicle claimed “rules!” The first single “Everybody Knows” premiered as a free download via the band’s fan newsletter, visit the their website for more details: To support the release, the band will embark on a national tour.
Small Fires was recorded at The Carriage House in Los Angeles and produced by Doug Boehm (Dr. Dog, Drive by Truckers). The band is comprised of brothers Shannon (drums, harp, vocals) and Spence (guitar, vocals) Koehler, Aaron Mort (bass, drums, vocals) and Elliott Peltzman (keys, vocals). Of the new record Peltzman notes, “making Small Fires with Doug Boehm felt like being in a dream.” Shannon Koehler continues, “It feels like we finally made the record we set out to make. The sound feels like us. We said what was on our minds, whether it was political, about a relationship, or anything else. It’s darker than our first few records, but making it put a big old smile on my face.”

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