Buzzy Brighton-based indie-rock quartet FUR is back with their latest single, ‘Angel Eyes’. This jangle-pop number that’s brimming with notable hooks is utterly bracing and rejuvenating. While still in their primitive years, FUR is starting to make a name for themselves with their crafty songwriting and catchy love songs. ‘Angel Eyes’ builds on the band’s true 60s psych-pop vibrancy, which channels the artists of that decade, but with their renewed modern twist.

FUR may have a musical kinship to the likes of The Strokes and The Cribs, but their musical productivity and psychedelic proclivities indicate something different and more polished. On ‘Angel Eyes’, FUR possesses a warm disposition by designing nostalgia through danceable arrangements, yearning lyrics, and sly guitars. The new track presents us with a glimpse of yesterday as FUR skillfully takes in consideration the sonic foundations they were inspired by to a whole new level of psych-rock goodness.

‘Angel Eyes’ is the first preview of the band’s forthcoming self-titled EP due out in February. Here’s what lead singer/songwriter William Murray had to share on the EP’s themes: “The three most written-about things are love, money and sex. One I’m not that comfortable writing about, and I don’t have that much money, but everyone’s felt some feeling of love and there’s something powerful about that. It’s the strongest emotional connection I can have with a song.”

Take your first listen here with the ‘Angel Eyes’ music video:

FUR’s 5-track debut EP will be released on February 14th via Nice Swan Records.

FUR’s Tour Dates:

21st November - Manchester Band on the Wall - w/ Matt Maltese
22nd November - Glasgow Broadcast - w/ Matt Maltese
24th November - Reading Beat Connection

26th November - Brighton Haunt - w/ Matt Maltese

27th November - London Earth - w/ Matt Maltese

29th November - Southampton The Loft - w/ Matt Maltese
30th November - Bristol Thekla - w/ Matt Maltese