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Fur kick into gear on new number ‘Trouble Always Finds Me’

They’re currently in the midst of their biggest UK headline tour to date
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Published: 10:11 pm, September 23, 2019Words: Jamie Muir.
Fur kick into gear on new number ‘Trouble Always Finds Me’

Fur have returned with another shining new number in ‘Trouble Always Finds Me’

Following on from ‘Nothing (Until Something Else Comes Along’ released earlier in the summer, and their debut EP which landed earlier in the year - it’s another shimmering cut from a band truly finding their rhythm nicely.

Talking about the track, guitarist Josh Bowes said: "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 are currently in the midst of their biggest UK headline tour to date, with shows in Bristol (September 24th) and London (September 25th) on the horizon this week.

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