Last month we were introduced to a six-piece folk outfit from Wisconsin called PHOX with a song called "Slow Motion." Preparing to drop their debut self-titled album, the band have now revealed another cut, which is a glorious collaboration of multi-instrumentation. "1936" is a smooth, lovely ballad that gently flutters along a riveting bass line, heightened by frontwoman Monica Martin's soothing vocals. With soft guitar plucks, and a soaring hook, it sounds like Fleet Foxes meets Sujan Stevens, but with a female singer. Hear it below; PHOX is out on June 24th via Partisan.