Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


band members

Gabriella Cohen Jim Griffin S.J Sargent Moonfaced Hendrix


Website

Bio

The Furrs is the brainchild of Gabriella Cohen and Jim Griffin, both songwriters in there early 20’s. The prolific duo started writing songs together in early 2013 and released a 4 track self titled EP in October, which included the singles ‘GET ON YOUR HORSE and ‘LITTLE BOY.

2014 has been a hugely productive year for The Furrs; supporting American Indie band Cults, Sydney newcomers DMA’s and Byron Bay’s The Babe Rainbow to name a few. The group has been busy in the studio recording a double-sided EP and plan to have another release out late 2014.

With a bunch of vivacious live performances under their belt The Furrs keep proving why they are one of the most exciting new acts to come out of Australia in 2014. Keep your eyes peeled for what comes next, if the past 6 months is anything to go by you can be sure its going to be quite a ride.

Unearthed in 2014

BIGSOUND

28 Jul 2014

Winner

The Furrs

The Furrs

Congratulations to The Furrs and WAAX

Brisbane bands The Furrs and WAAX have won a spot on the triple j Unearthed BIGSOUND showcase lineup!

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Review

Review by Al Newstead Al Newstead

07 Aug 2014

Triple J
35

Great 'tude and energy here, especially in the vocals (tré cool). It's refreshing to hear scuzzy blues rock with a confident female singer. I think the track overstays it's welcome by a minute or so - but that might just be me.

Great 'tude and energy here, especially in the vocals (tré cool). It's refreshing to hear scuzzy blues rock with a confident female singer. I think the track overstays it's welcome by a minute or so - but that might just be me.

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

22 May 2014

Triple J
40

Winner!

Winner!

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

05 May 2014

Triple J
40

nailed it again. healthy amount of swagger and fuzz. bring on 'the difficult third (song) album'.

nailed it again. healthy amount of swagger and fuzz. bring on 'the difficult third (song) album'.