Fox and Bones is a conceptual folk pop collaboration between American songwriters Sarah Vitort and Scott Gilmore based in Portland, Oregon. The internationally touring folk pop duo combines lush harmonies and a complex, heartwarming lyrical landscape with sometimes soft-spoken, sometimes driving musical accompaniment. They’ve been called "addictive like peanut butter" by European music blog Rockette and were voted runner up for Portland’s Best Folk band by Willamette Week in 2017.
Vienna Wurstelstand gushes: "These two will lull you with their sweet and delicate melodies and woo you with their complex lyrics. Recommended if you like making out slowly"
Following the release of their folksy conceptual LP "The Remarkable Adventures Of" in early 2017, the pair unleashed a new power folk pop single, titled "Love Me Like a River", on October 6th to critical acclaim. Glide Magazine says the song "reflects with the prowess of Hozier with Fleetwood Mac pop overtones that make for a modern day power folk duo." Vortex Magazine chimes in, "While their voices once again cradle and complement one another, there’s also a surging energy pushing their emotive flood forward on 'Love Me Like A River.'"
Perhaps Luke Neill of Portland Radio Project sums it up best. "These two voices meld so perfectly together that you never want to stop listening."