Ugh. I’m really in a rock n’ roll mood as of late. I’m just tired of the indie rock tropes, so I just want something I can turn up really loud…today it just happens to be Furrow. The UK act have recently released their West Felton LP via Bleeding Gold Records, and this tune is probably one of my favorites. Starting slow, it picks up pretty quickly with this fuzzy riff and bouncing drum beat; vocals are shouted our way with a bit of ferocity. It’s simple in the grand scheme of things, but often those are the things that blow me away the most. Give this a whirl folks.
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Feel like I should devote more time today to the work of Bleeding Gold Records, so I’ll post their other song from their announcements this week, too! This number comes from Furrow, and it’s a little bit grittier, at least in regards to production. The vocals/lyrics don’t offer much, as they seem more like distant chants, or shouting, but the way the guitar sounds really hooked me on this track. The group is working on their new release, West Felton, and in the meantime they’ve offered up this great single, which I think a lot of people will really enjoy. Give it a go.
Furrow is the latest band to join up with Bleeding Gold Records, and while their first big single might be rather short, time-wise, it’s definitely got me looking their way. It comes out quick, with a distorted guitar that bounces and vibrates, while the vocals echo into the foreground. Their first release is a limited cassette, which appears to already have sold out, due to the fact that this song is just so rad. The cassette was titled A Field, and it’s so catchy, that I’ve been going back and playing this track over and over all day long. It’s fun stuff, so you’ll enjoy.
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