HAILING from Brighton, FUR have seized the attention of fans and critics alike with their vintage guitar pop, jangly melodies and sunlit charm.
Arriving as if from a bygone era, with one foot in 60s rock and the other in peak Britpop, the band have followed up their debut EP with a brand new single called ‘Nothing (Until Something Else Comes Along). It’s an infectious pop bop that revisits their penchant for swooning melodies, jangly guitars and candid lyrics. Imbued with the kind of sepia-tinged nostalgia that has become the bedrock of their sound, it’s more direct and immediate than anything we’ve heard before, heightened with emotion and heartbreak.
FUR embark on their biggest UK tour to date later this year. They will play Edinburgh’s Sneaky Pete’s on 18th September and Glasgow’s Broadcast the following night on 19th September.
Check out the video below.