Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


band members

Zoë Fox: Singer, Guitarist, Keys Fabian Hunter: Guitar Alex Bleakley: Bass Nathanael Riley: Drums


Influences

Kate Bush, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Billie Holiday, Nina Simone, Lykke Li


Bio

Written as a celebration of women’s strength, Warrior Princess acts as a message to Fox herself.
A message that implores her to become the very best version of herself that she can possibly be.
After one listen to the new, totally confident disco direction, it seems as though Fox may infact
have already taken it onboard.

Swirling synths and funk infused guitars lay the foundation while Zoë swoons, “You can be a
warrior princess like me”. It’s infectious, intelligent disco pop delivered by an artist who is clearly
getting more and more comfortable in her own skin.

After starting out just over a year ago, Zoë Fox and the Rocket Clocks have blasted off. Last year
saw them bring in the New Year at New Years Eve on the Hill, this year saw them bring it in at the
Lorne leg of Falls Festival. Add to that a set at this years The Hills Are Alive and supports for the
skyrocketing Diddiri, and The Teskey Brothers and you can start to gauge how in demand this
band really is.

With space costumes, psych jams, that voice and a whole lot of fun, it’s no wonder the group
have been swiftly snapped up by the ever-expanding 123 Agency and boutique management
label, Thirds Music.

Now, as her own true testament to womens strength, Zoë Fox and the Rocket Clocks will also be
performing as part of the all female, Ocean Rhythms Festival, alongside Amy Shark, Angie
McMahon and Maddie Jane this coming May, before headlining her own launch at Bar 303 on
Saturday, May 12th.

We all get told that we can “be anything that you want to be”, after hearing a track like Warrior
Princess, you get the feeling that Zoë Fox is on it.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

24 Apr 2018

Triple J
40

feels understated and cool but also a big call to arms to get up and move about.

feels understated and cool but also a big call to arms to get up and move about.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

24 Apr 2018

Triple J
40

I did NOT expect you to go full intergalactic disco on us this time around. I'm not mad, not one bit.

I did NOT expect you to go full intergalactic disco on us this time around. I'm not mad, not one bit.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

16 Oct 2017

Triple J
40

The most laid back aggression you could ever hear. Jangly space sounds, crisp vocals... I can't wait to lounge around to this track.

The most laid back aggression you could ever hear. Jangly space sounds, crisp vocals... I can't wait to lounge around to this track.