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Sizzling Hot and Fresh from the Grill, Mayan Fox cook up some Tasty Tunes for all to enjoy. A little bit rock, a little bit pop and a little bit reggae. 

The Mayan Fox live show is noted for it's high energy and good-time vibes which bounce between them and the audience. 

While headlining stadium sized gigs may be every bands dream, Mayan Fox understand that the closest step to such a thing is supporting massive bands that are already headlining stadium-sized gigs. This is the stage of their career where the 5 piece exotic fun makers find themselves at the moment. 

Mayan Fox have recently supported Thirsty Merc, performing to packed houses, and also have in their history of bands supported Jet, Tame Impala, Spacifix, Brian Cadd and more.

Mayan Fox have recently returned from a tour of New Zealand on the back of their debut album 'Outfoxed' which is selling fast and receiving rave reviews for it's fresh and hooking melodies. The album was produced by Mayan Fox and Govinda Doyle, (Angus and Julia Stone's 'Big Jet Plane'). Their first single 'Lioness (I Still Want Her)' has been receiving radio play across the world and is currently sitting at # 23 on the Triple J Unearthed Roots Charts (though the band would describe it as more of a 'pop' song than anything).

Mayan Fox are known for their highly charged live show and front man Nate Hamon was recently quoted in Tsunami magazine as saying "Anyone that sees us live can tell that we're having a lot of fun and it consequently allows the audience to lose their inhibitions and get a little silly! The audience sees us doing our daggy dance moves and think, "why not" and suddenly we have a room full of daggy dancers!"

The Mayan Fox line-up is completed by Maria Hamon on ukulele and violin, Maui Whaanga on lead guitar, Tai Shan Fox on bass and JJ Fox on drums.

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