Home-grown Fuzzy Sun set to play at YES’s Pink Room

Stockport Indie-acoustic band Fuzzy Sun are playing their first gig at Manchester's brand new music venue YES at the end on November.

By Steven Pankhurst | Last updated 12 October 2018

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Fuzzy Sun
30th November 2018- YES

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Straight out of Stockport, the northern five-piece are back with their second EP offering of the year – ‘Warm Evening / Cold Morning’, presenting 4 new tracks to be released on Blossoms-owned label Very Clever Records.

Keeping it all local and homegrown, the band got back in the studio with Blossoms overseeing production duties, bringing back the disco flared bass lines, anthemic melodies, and their alternative psych-pop sound.

Having only been active as a band for less than a year, their list of achievements is already full of ticks, including airplay and support from BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 6, Radio X and BBC introducing Manchester; numerous playlist placements from Spotify, over 250k streams and a growing online fan base – Fuzzy Sun have wet the appetite for fans all across the globe and their live shows include a full UK tour with Blossoms plus festival appearances at Kendal Calling, Festival Number 6, and Sound City.

Presenting 4 new tracks along with 4 new videos, the project explores the depth of their songwriting and takes the synths to the next level – with their eclectic mix of influences from Chic, Tame Impala, Fleetwood Mac and Dr Dre shining through the project – starting with upbeat cinematic feels on lead track ‘Heavy’ to laid-back acoustic vibes on heart-felt ‘December’

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