Toundra launch fiery fox video

Toundra have launched an animated video for their track Oro Rojo, from upcoming album IV.

The Spanish instrumental outfit’s eight-track record tells the story of two foxes escaping from a forest fire, as a metaphor for humanity’s effect on the environment. Oro Rojo (“Red Gold”) is the final piece.

They say of Jorge Garcia Escalona’s video: “We always thought the track would be a good for a video, and we’re huge fans of Jorge’s work. We knew he was the perfect person to envision what we had in mind – and it’s obvious we were right.”

IV is released on January 26 via Superball. Toundra tour the UK in February.

Tour dates

Feb 15: Milton Keynes Craufurd Arms

Feb 16: London Sebright Arms

Feb 17: Glasgow Bar Bloc

Feb 18: Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach

Feb 19: Brighton Hope

IV tracklist

  1. Strelka

  2. Qarqom

  3. Lluvia

  4. Belenos

  5. Viesca

  6. Kitsune


  8. Oro Rojo

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