Friday, 03 March 2017 19:09

Furns release a smooth new single and Vinyl album

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The distinct logo design of the Danish band Furns is as recognisable as their sound. In contrast to the logos' sharp edges, the smooth tone of Furns is anything but thorny.

Since 2013, the Danish duo (Monika Faludi and Mathias Dahl Andreasen) has pushed the edges of Nordic soul and pop with their dreamy, 80's influenced, ethereal sound. It's not for everyone. However, many loyal fans (Furnies!), including us, have been drawn in by their soulful vocals and laid back productions.

Developing and growing all the time, the band has been cultivating an unmistakable sound that eases away the cares with their delicate compositions. The latest single - Nite Time has a 5+min run time, and every second soothes away the world of worries we all carry.

vinyl furns studio

Hipsters aren't the only ones buying vinyl but us audio lovers too, so it's good to know the band has just released their debut album 'Furns' on vinyl as well. The warm analog sound is sure to deliver an increased enveloping sound.

1. Hang On
2. Swim Away
3. Beyond
4. Once Again
5. Keeper
6. Only The Curious Knows
7. True Longing
8. You Know I Will Forget
9. Fadin'
10. Stay With Me

You can order the vinyl now, through 'Gateway Music,' and you can even buy their second album 'Only Through Your Eyes' along with it in a 'vinyl bundle' and save some cash!

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*photo from Furns Facebook!


Andy Collins

I'm a South Londoner now living in Sweden. I'm also a part-time DJ/ founder of Urbanlife Radio and co-founder of Scandinavian Soul. Music has always been my soundtrack to life and although I listen to everything, soul is always in my playlist.

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