It’s been five years and two albums since Three Legged Fox came together as a four piece band in the suburbs outside of Philadelphia PA. Kyle Wareham, Kory Kochersperger, and Mark Carson have played more than 350 shows, and have supported almost every major national reggae band that America has to offer. Looking back on their history to date, Wareham (lead vocalist and rhythm guitars) explains, “We’ve come to understand that those first five years were the groundwork, the foundation for this year, this new album, and ultimately this moment.” In August, Three Legged Fox will release their third studio album called Always Anyway; a collection of songs to be their coming out, their ‘hello’ to the world.
“We’ve made the raw album, we’ve made the traditional reggae album with horns and organs and such. But shortly after Not as Far (the bands second album produced by Chris D’Beneditto) we started to realize who we were and the kind of music we’re pretty good at playing. We’re an alternative rock band…..an alternative reggae/rock band. In knowing that, and wanting to keep moving down that road, we began writing songs from a micro sense. We tightened up, started building songs in a rock structure. The demo process alone was 10 or 11 months,” says Kochersperger. Wareham adds, “In terms of how it sounds, we wanted to make it big. There’s a lot of guitar, a lot of vocals, some synth, all kinds of stuff. A lot of people identify that to be the standard pop format, but for us it’s brand new because our previous albums were all so simple.”
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