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August 2020
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Ezra Furman has released a charmingly intimate new video for latest single 'Thermometer'

It's a cut from recent album 'Twelve Nudes'.
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Published: 10:15 pm, September 17, 2019 Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
Ezra Furman has released a charmingly intimate new video for latest single 'Thermometer'

Ezra Furman has released a new video for 'Thermometer'.

It's a cut from recent album 'Twelve Nudes', released last month via Bella Union, and arrives ahead of a UK tour booked in for November.

“‘Thermometer’ was inspired by touring with the inimitable So So Glos back in 2014, wondering if I could write anthems like theirs,” Ezra explains. “It’s called ‘Thermometer’ because as artists it’s our job to check the temperature of the surrounding culture and try to respond with the appropriate musical medicine. Right now we’re all running so hot the mercury is breaking the glass.”

Check out 'Thermometer' below, and catch Ezra live at the following:

NOVEMBER
11 QMU, Glasgow
12 Albert Hall, Manchester
13 O2 Academy, Bristol
14 O2 Forum Kentish Town, London

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