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Flier of the Week: The Water Fox

The Water Fox is reuniting for the summer. The group is a hardcore band that formed during their high school days at Mountain Pointe High School in Phoenix.

Also sharing the stage for this gig will be Owl & Penny, Living in Black & White, Something Went Awry, and Daniel & Samson.

Here's the full scoop: the show is going down at the Fixx in Phoenix on Saturday, June 25. The good times start at 7 p.m. and admission is only $5. More information can be found here. It's an all ages show, so there are no excuses for missing out!

In the meantime, check out The Water Fox's music video for their song "An Eye For An Eye And A Drum For An Arm" or download it here.

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