F.U.R.S have announced details of the release of their debut single. 'Striptease' will be released through Loose Lips Records on Monday 25th March 2013.
Led by brother / sister Liam and Elle Wade and featuring drummer Olly Bets, they recorded the single at the end of last year at the Crows Nest Studios in London.
autifully unhurried, Stateside influenced pop and roll record, with a U.K. twist, the single was produced by Liam and Olly from the band. Available as a limited edition 7", the single will feature a 'The Fierce & the Dead' remix of 'Striptease'.
The end of last year saw the band play a handful of their own headline shows around London plus support slots with the likes of Ms Mr, Allah La's and Gabriel Bruce, and in March 2013 the band head out on an extensive U.K. tour supporting Johnny Marr.
The full list of shows are as follows:
10th Oxford Academy
11th Norwich Waterfront
12th Cambridge Junction
14th Brighton Concorde
15th London Shepherd's Bush Empire
16th Birmingham Institute
18th Sheffield Leadmill
19th Glasgow ABC
20th Liverpool Academy
22nd Manchester Ritz
23rd Manchester Ritz
The band will also be shortly announcing their own headline shows around the release of the single.
Currently writing and recording, F.U.R.S will have a further single out in the late spring.
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