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Hero Fisher & Fufanu
Following the success of her EP Slipstream released in April, Hero Fisher released her debut album Delivery on July 31st 2015.
Delivery has been produced by WTNSS (Charlie Russell and Bradley Spence) and recorded at Mission Sound, NY as well as Dean Street Studios in London. The album features 10 tracks including ‘The Colour of Madness’, which was remixed earlier in the year by Grumbling Fur and forthcoming single ‘Break My Heart And Mend It’, out 15th June.
Hero’s single ‘Punk’ attracted the attention of several artists including Ladyhawke and Tom Furse (The Horrors) both of whom remixed the track.
Hero was nominated for Glastonbury’s Emerging Talent award in 2014 and her track ‘No Ceremony’ was awarded Record of the Week by Dave Rowntree of Blur for XFM and Track of the Day on Q and Clash.
Watch the video for ‘The Colour of Madness’ below:
Plus joint headline from FUFANU
Fufanu had their early roots in techno, but an untimely theft of their master computer with their unreleased techno album pushed Fufanu into a new realm of soundscape. Their approach delivers a unique modern rock’n’roll sound rooted in new wave, post punk and indeed future rock.
Releasing their debut album later in 2015 via One Little Indian Records, being one of 10 New Artist You Need to know by Rolling Stone Magazine and winning The Band To Watch in 2015 by Reykjavík Grapevine after gaining the trust of the audience.
“A tantalising amalgamation of The Fall, Bauhaus and the weirder corners of Blur’s output.” Q Magazine
“An intriguing swirl of glaze and propulsion – metallic-paisley guitars, Neu!-like drumming and sharp, chanting vocals, all soaked in painterly electronics.” Rolling Stone
Watch the video for ‘Will We Last’ below: