After the success of their debut EP released earlier this year, FUR returned in July to tempt our ears with more musical delight with their single “Nothing (Until Something Else Comes Along)”.
Today, the band has informed us that they’ve released a brand new single “Trouble Always Finds Me,” which is accompanied by a lyric video by Raissa Pardini. FUR’s song “Trouble Always Finds Me,” is a uniquely, well put together pop song that has that classic FUR signature sound of nostalgic teen-angst delivered to you with a knowing smile, and the band managed to package it all nice and neat for us into a cool easy to listen two and a half minutes.
California Pretty sat down with FUR guitarist, Josh Bowes, to get our readers and FUR fans more insight into the concept behind the new tune.
California Pretty: Hey, Josh! Glad to have you here with us today. Can you explain to our readers the deeper concept behind your brand new single “Trouble Always Finds Me.”
FUR Guitarist, Josh Bowes: “Trouble is about being a calamity. It’s dancing with accepting that you have a problem without having to address it. Lyrically, it’s tongue in cheek with its obscure Chas and Dave reference as a response to the way the industry can glamorize self-destruction and place people in the spotlight who are in a dark place.”
FUR is currently on their biggest headline tour to date, the UK run of which culminates in a show at London’s Scala on September 25th.
Full 2019 Tour Dates below:
21st Sept – Liverpool, Sound Food & Drink
22nd Sept – Birmingham, The Sunflower Lounge
24th Sept – Bristol, Exchange
25th Sept – London, The Scala
3rd Nov – Gudfest, Jakarta
9th Nov – Tropicalia Festivzl, Long Beach
11th Nov – Gold Diggers, Los Angeles
13th Nov – Babys All Right, NYC
17th Nov – Very Festival, Bangkok