A Foxing fan has become an internet sensation after recently climbing onto the roof of an Ohio show.
The “iconic” moment occurred on Monday (July 19) at Grog Shop in Cleveland, in the middle of the organization’s North American tour with Greet Death and Home Is Where.
However, as seen in the fan-shot footage below, it wasn’t just the attendee’s climb to the roof that caught people’s attention. The enthusiastic fan proceeded to hover over the stage with the ceiling gear from the middle of the room.
This picture doesn’t quite capture the madness of the time. The man climbed from the pit to the stage from behind the venue. I forgot the song in confusion. Started shouting “what the fuck is happening” over the gameshark https://t.co/3hFV5kSssN
— Conor Murphy (@TokeEverlasting) 20 July 2022
definitely iconic moment pic.twitter.com/lKNmZNN4wJ
— katie (@mindwretch) 20 July 2022
In a post on Twitter, Foxing also reacted, comparing the man’s feat to a scene in the 2018 horror film genetic,
Which is Hereditary and which is Foxing Show? pic.twitter.com/WdlxleyKQX
— foxing (@foxing) 21 July 2022
Foxing are currently touring North America on their ‘Draw Down the Moon’ tour in support of their latest album of the same name.
The St. Louis Trio released their fourth studio album, ‘Draw Down the Moon’, in August 2021 through their Grand Paradise label (in association with Hopeless Records).
Produced by guitarist Eric Hudson and recorded with members of the Manchester Orchestra, the album featured the singles ‘Speak with the Dead,’ ‘Go Down Together’, ‘Where the Lightning Strikes Twice’, ‘If I Believed in Love’, as well as title song.
The fourth album served as a follow-up to 2018’s Nearer My God.