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DEUX FURIEUSES SHARE NEW SINGLE ‘SILENCED BY THE ROAR’

DEUX FURIEUSES – ‘SILENCED BY THE ROAR’

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Photo-credit: Dan Donovan

Following their critically acclaimed debut album ‘Tracks of Wire’ (May,2016) (One of our top 10 albums of the year), London-based duo DEUX FURIEUSES (Ros Cairney – guitar and vocals, Vas Antoniadou – drums and vocals) return with a brand new digital single ‘Silenced By The Roar’.

DEUX FURIEUSES’ sound has moments of PJ Harvey’s raw exuberance crossed with the visceral energy and political message of the riot girrrl scene. Their sound is fuelled by – and a rallying cry against – 21 Century hypocrisy, pro-democracy uprisings, fundamentalism and extremism, the denial of freedom of expression and rights for women.

 

“’Silenced by the Roar’ is about the ascendency of the English ‘roar’, how we feel increasingly silenced by the government’s “Crush the saboteurs” mentality and let down by ‘piss poor politicians’ who are unable to articulate a response to the failures of democracy and the big issues of our times. The song ends with a rallying cry of intent influenced by protests we have been part of outside Downing Street.” – Deux Furieuses
‘Silenced by the Roar’ was produced and mixed by Mark Freegard at Kyoti Studio, Glasgow. It is released digitally on 9 June.

Catch DEUX FURIEUSES live at Frank Turner’s Lost Evenings festival at The Roundhouse, London on Saturday 13 June. Stage time 7.30pm.

 

Some praise for DEUX FURIEUSES debut album ‘Tracks Of Wire’: 

Deux Furieuses have cemented themselves as one of the most refreshing bands to enter the music scene in 2016.”
– Punk Online

“A bold and accomplished debut.”Q Magazine

“Sometimes an album comes along that just grips you by the throat on the first listen and won’t let go…. It sets the bar very high in terms of modern day punk.”
– Louder Than War

 “Already surpassing Savages in terms of pure menace”Collapse Board

 

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