Listen: FUR channel the classics on ‘Not Enough’

FUR channel the classics on ‘Not Enough’

The ’60s-leaning four-piece return with a slice of slow, romantic rock.

Already playing shows with The Magic Gang, The Orielles, Willie J Healey and more, Brighton newcomers FUR are already making waves in their hometown and beyond.

New single ‘Not Enough’, playing first on DIY, is a slow, romantic cut that harks back to a previous decade, though FUR want to exist only in the present.

Following recent cut ‘Trying’, ‘Not Enough’ is a woozy track perfect for the slow, melancholic feeling of summer days slipping away, and holding onto those last few moments of sunshine.

With a slew of festival appearances behind them, FUR are becoming yet another massively exciting rabble to come from the seaside town. Listen to ‘Not Enough’ below and keep your eyes peeled for more.

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