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Concussed Girls

Artist Furlo
Title Concussed Girls
Release Date 2007-06-01
Genre Alternative > Alternative Rock
Copyright © Yogen Records
Country UNITED KINGDOM

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Alternative Indie Rock from Ireland

Furlo are an indie jerky five piece rock band based in the Derry/Limavady area of Northern Ireland. Since their formation in the summer of 2006, they have forged a path in the music scene via their first EP 'CONCUSSED GIRLS'. This self-release gained the band much respect from critics and press alike. What the Press are saying !! "Here's a band that everybody's tipping for big things in 2010/2011" –Rory McConnell- BBC Radio 1 Introducing “Furlo are five piece guitar driven-indie outfit from Derry/Limavady with a new EP Signature out and about. Vocalist Jonny Everett has Confident zestful style, especially on ‘Cruelest Friends’, Which has aspects of Britpop with a greater sturdiness in the band sound a al The Killers. 'Minute hand' shows their more subtle side, with cute shifts in volume and a clever arrangement which keeps your ears on their toes, as it were. 'Never enough' has a furious energy, load guitars, shouty bits and another fine vocal from Jonny Everett” – Jackie Hayden reviewing 'Signature' in the First Cuts section - Hot Press magazine “It’s no surprise that they’ve graced the main stage at Glasgowbury. In a year or two, it could easily be V or Glastonbury.” – Chris Jones, AU Magazine review “The ingredients for success are all here and new EP 'Signature' might well be the one to take them to the next level.” – Paul Mullin, ATL "Jonny Everett has a truly distinctive voice and the style of the band have been described as 'Killers Meets Feeder or The Cribs meets Bloc party’ but in truth they are making their own sound which is extremely fresh and exciting. There energy 'laden live shows have caused quite a stir and a have Seen the band develop a huge fan base which continues to grow with every performance". - David Ferguson, Derry News "Their particular blend of electro indie has always stood just left of the masses and with new material they've added meat to the bones of otherwise accomplished tracks.". - Nial Kierr, Reviewing The G Session Feb '10, Mid Ulster mail

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17.09.2010 The Pavillion - 296 Ormeau Rd, Belfast
09.10.2010 Cellar Bar - Draperstown, Derry
22.10.2010 Masons - Magazine St, Derry
23.10.2010 Dicey Rileys Bar - Market St, Strabane
27.11.2010 The Nerve Centre - Magazine St, Derry
09.12.2010 Radar - Queens University Belfast
10.12.2010 Bound for Boston - Waterloo st Derry