Foxing is an indie band whose mature slow-burner "Dealer" reflects a conscious, experimental step forward. It's a sonically adventurous release and stands in stark contrast to the style of "The Albatross," their debut, which became a flagship for the so-called "emo-revival." Foxing focused this time on ambient, nebulous instrumental work that's chock full of effected noise. Loose, ambling song structures supported by a gargantuan bottom end form the perfect channel for the album's intimate, despondent lyrical themes. "Dealer" dissects the narrator's darkest times, allowing listeners insight into the kind of experiences that can lay undisclosed for years. Watch the performance here on Audiotree Live and witness a band putting the final touches on the formation of their unique identity in a vast musical landscape.