Fury Weekend’s Alt-Synthwave-Rock Album Signals Out Now

Fury Weekend Releases New Alt-Synthwave Rock Album Signals,
Lyric Video for “Save The Queen” (feat. Scandroid)
Out Now via FiXT Neon

Los Angeles, California – Fury Weekend, the rising alternative synthwave-rock project from Eastern Europe has released his new full-length album Signals. Collecting a thrilling array of vocal collaborations from artists including Essenger, The Anix, Voicians, King Protea, and Scandroid, along with hard-hitting instrumentals, Signals is Fury Weekend’s finest achievement to date. The album also features “Dr. Online,” Fury Weekend’s powerful homage to online gaming celebrity, Dr. Disrespect, and a captivating cover of Ozzy Osbourne’s classic “I Just Want You.”

Fury Weekend and label-mate Scandroid join forces on the new track and lyric video – “Save the Queen,” a powerful anthem whose driving beat and addictive vocal melodies provide a must-hear track on Signals.

“I was instantly inspired when hearing an early version of “Save the Queen” and was excited and honored to take part in another collab with Fury Weekend. Crank it up!” – Scandroid 

Building on the success of Fury Weekend’s 2019 album Escape From Neon City, which launched the project to over 150,000 monthly Spotify listeners, the singles from Signals have already catapulted the Russia-based producer to 300,000 listeners each month across all music streaming platforms.

“Save the Queen” (feat. Scandroid) and the complete Signals album are out now on all platforms from independent retro synth label FiXT Neon.

Purchase / Stream Signals:

https://fanlink.to/_signals

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About Fury Weekend

The Fury Weekend project was created when Belarus-based Ars Nikonov chose to combine his love of classic rock, electronic music, and ‘80s culture into a forward thinking music venture. The result is a dystopian synthwave sound that blends bright synth melodies and gritty guitar work into a singular music vision of the future.

The uniqueness of Fury Weekend should come as no surprise given the artist’s background, which involves ambitious projects ranging from industrial to post-rock. Diversant: 13, Cold in May, Martian Love, Seanine, and Tribal A.D. are some of the many names that fill Ars’ creative resume, and each of those has given the creator the experience and tools needed to make an impact with his retro-futuristic synthwave project.

In late 2018, Fury Weekend signed a multi-album deal with FiXT Neon, re-releasing his first three EPs and full-length album while preparing for a second full-length, Escape from Neon City. 2019 marked a breakout year for Fury Weekend as new singles like “Thousand Lights” featuring Megan McDuffee and the Scandroid collaboration on “Euphoria” were immediate hits, propelling Fury Weekend to over 150,000 monthly listeners on Spotify. Escape from Neon City marks the latest milestone in Fury Weekend’s rapidly ascending career.

In 2020, Fury Weekend continued releasing regular singles building to over 200,000 monthly Spotify listeners and released his latest full-length album, Signals on February 19, 2021.

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About FiXT Neon

By taking a visionary stance toward synthwave and its related genres, FiXT Neon has cultivated a roster of ambitious and innovative artists who are redefining the next generation of retro synth music. Although the label embraces a diverse selection of styles, from rock-flavored tracks to atmospheric cyberpunk and sunny popwave, its artists all have one thing in common: they all make great music. FiXT Neon provides an outlet for unique, personal creations that will resonate with synthwave fans of all types.

FiXT Neon provides a launching pad for the most talented and forward-thinking synthwave artists of the new era. Starting with a core group of big-name creators including Scandroid, PYLOT, The Bad Dreamers, LeBrock, Mega Drive, and others, the label has quickly made an impact on the synthwave world and has become the key destination for top-tier releases from artists on the cutting edge of the genre.

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