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PHOXJAW have revealed 'Lottery', the latest single from their debut EP Goodbye Dinosaur... which is due for release on 16th November 2018. 

Played by Daniel P. Carter on the Radio 1 Rock Show last night, check out 'Lottery' here:

Pre-orders of Goodbye Dinosaur... are available here:

PHOXJAW will tour in support of Pagan in November, concluding the run with three headline shows.  

Full live dates:

18.11.2018 - Bristol, Crofters Rights (w/ Haggard Cat)
20.11.2018 - London, Old Blue Last (w/ Pagan)  
21.11.2018 - Bristol, Mothers Ruin (w/ Pagan
22.11.2018 - Manchester, Satans Hollow (w/ Pagan
23.11.2018 - Leeds, Key Club (w/ Pagan
24.11.2018 - Birmingham, The Actress & Bishop (w/ Pagan
25.11.2018 - Milton Keynes, Craufurd Arms (w/ Pagan
27.11.2018 - Bournemouth, The Anvil (w/ Pagan
28.11.2018 - Plymouth, Underground (headline)
29.11.2018 - Falmouth, Jacobs Ladder (headline)
30.11.2018 - Truro, The Office (headline)

Formed during the summer of 2016, Bristol based rock outfit PHOXJAW have already started making waves with their gargantuan riffs and infectious melodies, quickly selling out of copies of their debut double A-side single Spin Club/Victorian Dolls which was released via Pale Wizard Recordings on limited 10” vinyl. The momentum continued with follow-up single 'Triceratops', which caught the attention of Total Guitar Magazine, Headline Magazine, Kerrang! Radio, Scuzz TVBBC Introducing and more. 

In the short time since their inception, the band have already shared stages across the UK with renowned acts such as Black FoxxesBlack Tusk and Avon (Alfredo Hernandez of Queens of the Stone Age), as well as being personally invited to perform at 2000trees Festival.
While possessing a sound all of their own, PHOXJAW have been compared to the likes of At The Drive-In and Cave In, owing to their melodic tenacity and driving riffs, mixed with their ferocious energy on stage - establishing the outfit as a true force to be reckoned with.


Danny Garland - vocals/bass
Josh Gallop - guitar
Kieran Gallop - drums
Huw Allen - keys/synth

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