This three piece of progressive post-rockers have been producing their angular, genre eluding music since before 2009. Having already received acclaim from Radio 1’s Huw Stephens and 6Music’s Huey Morgan, These Furrows are set to continue grabbing the attention of the media this year – especially with new single Duke.
Introduced by snare driven syncopation and stabs of distorted guitar, Duke instantly establishes the inspired songwriting ability of this Leicester based trio. A heavy post-punk guitar riff then dwarfs the syncopation revealing the true malice of the song.
The song is fortified with singer and guitarist Darryl Reid blaring his anthemic vocal lines into the microphone, accommodating for the various transitions of instrumental texture within the song.
Having recorded their upcoming debut album with Tony Platt (AC/DC, Bob Marley) and having it mixed by Chris Sheldon (Biffy Clyro, Foo Fighters) These Furrows have produced a record as diverse as the list of artists the afore mentioned master-mixers have worked with.
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