‘SINCE THE DOG DIED’ – DUE NOVEMBER 2021 +
ANNOUNCE DECEMBER UK HEADLINE TOUR
Photo Credit: Matthew Eachus (The Manc Photographer)
“Buoyant in their ambitions, explicit in their hope, the band’s songwriting surges out of the traps, bouncing past any boundaries in their way.” – CLASH
“their latest material boasts some of their best hooks, most euphoric moments, and the most personality yet” – THE LINE OF BEST FIT
“a perfect offering of summery indie rock that shows a band that is confident in their creative route” – GIGWISE
Indie-rock risers Fuzzy Sun continue their foray into unabashed anthems with the release of a new single, ‘Morning Light’ – taken from the band’s forthcoming new EP ‘Since The Dog Died’, due November 2021.
The second release in somewhat of a new era for the Stockport four-piece, ‘Morning Light’ is a no-nonsense hard-hitter fuelled by luring, groove-led melodies, chugging guitars and the band’s signature fuzzy tone. “Similarly to fake it and the whole EP, Morning Light follows a very similar narrative and thematic arc.” tells frontman Kyle Ross.
“It was the first tune we wrote out of this new bank of material, I suppose it’s about feeling lost and at the same time losing a part of yourself whilst trying to figure a way out of your own mental labyrinth. I felt like I’d been trapped in a David Lynch scene and that’s what inspired the tune in the first place.”
After a quick start on the scene that saw tours with major UK artists and their first run of European dates, sold out headline shows atManchester’s Gorilla, Academy 3 andLondon’s Camden Assembly – Fuzzy Sun, tipped by everyone from NME’s 100 List, CLASH, DORK, Earmilk, Gigwise, BBC Radio 1, BBC 6Music, Radio X and Spotify’s New Music Friday UK and Hot New Bands playlists are tackling 2021 with boundless energy and an unstoppable ethos.
Their new EP, ‘Since The Dog Died’ will arrive in November, combining elements of rock, pop and electronica with Fuzzy Sun’s own soaring melodies and cinematic textures across six brand new tracks. “We wanted to make an impact, pushing a new creative direction for the band, as I think we have really found a sound that excites us and we feel comfortable with.” continues Kyle.
“Overall we wanted the EP to work as a continuous piece of music as the overriding narrative arc of each song are tied together. The EP explores themes of depression, longing, disillusionment, hope, and even the philosophical. Lyrically it’s a snapshot of the inside of Kyle’s mind at a very specific point in time.”
Fuzzy Sun will play a full UK headline tour this December, including a hometown headline show at Manchester’s Academy 2 on Friday 10th December.