After taking home the grand prize win at Buskerfest (one of SoCal's largest and longest-running battle-of-the-bands competitions) and being named “Best Folk Act” by the OC Weekly, the on-stage bandmates and off-stage girlfriends of Glitterfox made a bold decision: to sell 95% of their possessions, quit their jobs, give up their apartment, and begin touring the country full-time. Following their sold-out album release show at Fingerprints Music in June 2015, the pair left town in a 1992 Chevy G20 conversion van they’d purchased off of Craigslist just a few weeks earlier. Their debut album, "El Guapo," quickly reached the #1 spot on Amazon’s “Hot New Releases” list and would go on to be voted “Long Beach Album of the Year” on the Long Beach Post’s public opinion poll.The duo spent the next two years living in their van, touring the country full-time, and performing at every opportunity possible. During this time Glitterfox released the 5 song EP "Laminak" which featured the crowd favorite "Portland," and made big stage appearances at Joshua Tree Music Festival, Music Tastes Good (Long Beach), and the Long Beach Folk Revival Festival. In August 2018 Glitterfox re-located to Portland, OR and began working on their third album. "Fringe" was released on September 22, 2019 at the couples' open-to-the-public, music festival-style wedding reception "Glitterfest." "Glitterfest" featured eleven different musical acts from Portland and the west coast, including Glitterfox, and was hailed by the press as the "mini festival of your dreams." Glitterfest was also described as "the sort of old Portland music experience many people in the city only hear about in nostalgic tones from their bartenders, but with all the glory of its bright musical future." The full-length album "Fringe" has been a long time coming for the two and they are excited to go all out for this next chapter of their lives.