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Zoë Fox is a multi-instrumental and multi-genre songwriter from Melbourne, who writes and performs quirky ‘60s inspired folk-pop songs, and is the sole songwriter and front-woman of disco-infused space-pop project, Zoë Fox and the Rocket Clocks.


Zoë Fox and the Rocket Clocks’ 2020 debut album Clockwerks received national praise for its multidimensional meanderings through psychedelic and disco pop, with psychedelic collages of whimsy, creative playfulness and intergalactic ventures aplenty.

No stranger to the main stage, Fox has performed at a string of Australian festivals, including Falls Music and Arts Festival, NYE on the Hill, The Hills are Alive, Loch Hart Festival, Happy Wanderer Festival, Grampians Music Festival, Moomba and more.


She has also played alongside The Teskey Brothers, has sung with Didirri, Darren Hanlon and The Babe Rainbow, and has toured Europe supporting Pauline Croze and Le Maison Tellier.


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