The New Tape From Brooklyn's Furnsss is a Must Listen

The New Tape From Brooklyn's Furnsss is a Must Listen

Local Brooklyn by way of Connecticut indie-rockers Furnsss released a self-titled tape today, their first major release since Silent Gold in 2015. Lead by songwriter, guitar player, and singer Brendan Dyer, the band has crafted six well-composed indie rock highlights. Songs like “Roll With It” and “Drag” are loud and sweeping, with crunchy guitar riffs that sound like something out of early Pavement. Other tracks feature rhythms that nod to contemporaries such as Hoops, Swings, or Mac Demarco. Speaking with AdHoc about the new release, Brendan casts a wide net of influences, including Michael Jackson’s Bad, which he says inspired the swinging rhythm on “Divine.” Overall, Brendan has constructed a great rock tape, one as concise and focused as it is compelling. 

 

If you are in other parts of the country and want to see Furnsss play live, you’re in luck! They are currently on tour with Joy Again.

Full fall tour dates below:

Nov 13 Above the Bayou, - Washington, DC
Nov 14 El-Rocko Lounge - Savannah, GA
Nov 15 Mammal Gallery - Atlanta, GA
Nov 16 Circle Bar - New Orleans, LA
Nov 19 The Firehouse - Birmingham, AL
Nov 20 Pilot Light - Knoxville, TN
Nov 21 Strange Matter - Richmond, VA
Nov 22 PhilaMOCA - Philadelphia, PA

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