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BG081 West Felton

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , , on August 26, 2014 by bleedinggold

The debut full-length from UK two-piece FURROW will be available on LIMITED EDITION Splatter, Striped or Black 12″ vinyl cased in a reverse-board-printed gatefold jacket and black inner-sleeve. Order in Japan here or UK here/here or USA/Rest of World here.

Listen to the full-album stream exclusively at KILLER PONYTAIL.

BG081 FURROW pics of vinyl

 

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Album Stream: FURROW – ‘West Felton’

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , on August 25, 2014 by bleedinggold

Hear the new FURROW full-length exclusively at KILLER PONYTAIL

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West Felton packshotjpegTo say that Furrow have been busy recently would be a massive understatement. Between releasing a slew of singles and EPs, as well as tearing up stages with their gnarly brand of cerebral noise across the UK, continental Europe and Japan, Richard Cartwright and Thom Snell have also managed to find the time to write and record their first full length album. And we are excited beyond words (well, apart from the ones you’re reading here) to give you the opportunity to hear the whole album ahead of its release on 1st September.

The album, named after the band’s rural home of West Felton, situated near the Welsh border, might not be quite what you’d expect from two guys hailing from a sleepy English village. West Felton is a powerhouse of towering noise pop built on Cartwright’s relentlessly pounding drums and Snell’s ear ripping bass riffs, all of which coalesce to forge a collection of songs that…

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Interview: Furrow

Posted in Band Update, Music with tags , , , , on July 6, 2014 by bleedinggold

James from Killer Ponytail had a chat with FURROW…

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Furrow_2Furrow are two guys from a small village called West Felton just on the English/Welsh border. But don’t let their bucolic background fool you. Furrow create gnarly, super lo-fi noise pop capable of reigniting any flagging house party. Between Richard Cartwright’s pounding rhythms and Thom Snell’s shredded bass sound, Furrow also manage to infuse their songs with plenty of melodic verve and enough catchy hooks to give the likes of No Age a run for their money. We caught up with Rich and Thom to talk about playing in caravans, forging new comedy musical genres and their forthcoming album.

How did you guys first start making music together? 

Thom: We come from this little place called West Felton, and we both ended up back there after university. We were hanging around, looking for jobs and listening to lots of No Age.

Rich: Yeah, we were thinking about what No Age were doing and…

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