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FUR have dropped a biographical new break-up single, and announced their biggest headline tour yet

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Published: 11:39 am, July 12, 2019
FUR have dropped a biographical new break-up single, and announced their biggest headline tour yet

FUR have dropped a new single, and announced their biggest headline tour yet.

‘Nothing (Until Something Else Comes Along)’ is their first new material following their self-titled debut EP, released earlier this year.

"It's a step in the direction that some of the newer stuff lies, the perfect in between point of what we have done and what's to come," explains frontman Murray.

"It was written while I was at the end of a relationship that I didn't really want to be in anymore but I didn't know how to tackle it; going back and forth to London, drinking wine on the train. 

"I normally like writing songs that have a slightly wider angle, but I think this one has a more directly biographical feel.”

The band will hit the road in September, following festival sets at Latitude, Truck and more this summer.

The details are:

SEPTEMBER
14 Dublin, Whelan's
15 Belfast, McHugh's Bar
17 Nottingham, The Bodega
18 Edinburgh, Sneaky Pete's
19 Glasgow, Broadcast
21 Liverpool, Sound Food & Drink
22 Birmingham, The Sunflower Lounge
24 Bristol, Exchange
25 London, The Scala

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