I am pleased to announce that fellow Salopians Furrow, hailing from the tiny village of West Felton in Oswestry Shropshire are set to embrace Brighton for the second time playing The Prince Albert this April. The duo who have only been actively making music since early 2012 are already heading out on their own ten date UK tour.
Furrow, consisting of childhood friends Thom Snell and Richard Cartwright have a truly unique sound. The deconstructed and industrial ambiance they create (which is allegedly practiced/recorded in a caravan) sounds every inch a homemade masterpiece.
A quick scroll through their tumblr and you can see that this bands live performances are where they shine. From their unkempt stage craft to climbing on instruments the boys seems to bring an anarchic atmosphere to their shows. Having also put out their debut release on cassette they really are a band who are doing things differently.
Furrow will be going on the road along side Glasgow’s own North American War who have been described as sounding like an acoustic version of a dial up modem, different to say the least. Also supporting on the night are Brighton locals Ancient Times with Morrissey-esque vocals and dishevelled guitars they compliment each other perfectly.
Head down to The Prince Albert this April 10th to catch these three promising and diverse talents take to the stage. I am sure you will not be disappointed.