Forming Ezra Furman & The Harpoons nearly a decade ago in Massachusetts, Furman's come a long way since their path of hopeful, glowing Mid-Western indie.
Furman ventured solo with 2012's The Year Of No Returning and 2013's Day Of The Dog, a raw and more visceral take on his ravaged narratives that won him fans here in the UK. In 2015, he released the stunning, explorative Perpetual Motion People, praised by Pitchfork as a "playful, hefty romp through folk, blues, and plain old rock'n'roll."
Now, with the drop of single Love You So Bad from upcoming album Transangelic Exodus, there's been a complete refresh. With his sound stronger than ever and backing band name change, from the Boy-Friends to the Visions, don't miss the next chapter at the O2 Academy Brixton
This ticket price includes a £1.25 restoration levy and £2 postage.
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