Furs announce debut album ‘Just Kids’ with the spiralling ‘Natives’

Disco-tinged number follows dates alongside former Supergrass man Gaz Coombes in previewing their incoming first full-length.

Every weekday, DIY’s new music know-it-all Neu brings you one essential new release to get obsessed with. Today’s Neu Pick comes from Furs. “This generation, we’re all so sad,” might not be the most cheery of opening gambits, but Furs know full-well they’ve got the immediate antidote with ‘Natives’. The London group’s latest single deals in a huge, disco-laced swagger, dusting off any modern melancholy in nanoseconds and pushing their formative time in the L.A. sunshine to the fore. Like HAIM teaming up with Nile Rodgers in a neon-lit bowling alley, it’s a direct hit of sugar rush pop-funk, perfect for the changing of the seasons and purpose built for leaving behind winter’s many woes. ‘Natives’ leads the charge of Furs’ debut album ‘Just Kids’. That’s set for release on May 13th through The House Band Co. – the tracklisting is below, along with the first spin of ‘Natives’. 1. Going Nowhere 2. Just Kids 3. Holy Reviewer 4. Why Don’t You Smile? 5. I Wanna Know 6. Natives 7. Our Blue Moon 8. Modern Lovers 9. An Eye On The Vicious 10. Gone

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