If it takes more than Ruby Rose Fox ‘s smoldering vocals to impress you, consider re-checking your standards. The decorated Boston crooner bellows with a tenor that was made for the nitty-gritty of the blues, and Fox knows it – but with her latest work, she also proves she’s well-aware that her imagination is just as potent a musical weapon.
Much like her creature-feature inspired video for “Dance of Frankenstein,” her double feature of “Bury The Body” and “Rock Bottom” is a full-frontal and unabashed snapshot of Domestic, her forthcoming full-length release. Where “Bury The Body” tackles the experimental psychiatry with a feminist lens, “Rock Bottom” leans towards abstract art and bears resemblance to the opening scenes of cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show. While pretty, the mini-films transcend aesthetic, build upon whip-smart ideology, and represent the par excellence that Fox creates for her own music.
You can see Part One and Two of Ruby Rose Fox’s music video release below.
“Bury The Body” and “Rock Bottom” are merely two of the clever and intricate puzzle pieces that form Fox’s Domestic, which is set for release June 3. Monster mash bash “Dance of Frankenstein” is another single available for streaming online.
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