Bringing their new album down under.
Future Of The Left
Welsh noise-rockers Future Of The Left have announced their return Down Under with a run of East Coast shows, which will see them sweeping through Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane this January. The band’s How To Stop Your Brain In An Accident LP is due out later this month. Forming in 2005 from the ashes of
Future of the Left frontman Andrew Falkous has vented his frustrations over a critical review of the band’s new record The Plot Against Common Sense written by Ian Cohen and posted on Pitchfork.
“Always angry. Always loud. Always spikey. Always proud.”, reported NME, and I couldn’t have put it better myself! The Welsh band Future of the Left have announced that they will be releasing their third album in Australia on June 8, titled The Plot Against Common Sense. It will be released with record label Xtra Mile
Polymers Are Forever is the first offering from respected Welsh alternative rockers Future of the Left since the departure of co-founder and bassist Kelson Mathias. Filling the void is Australian Julia Ruzicka (formerly Million Dead), while fellow addition Jimmy Watkins brings a second crunching guitar to FOTL’s already bulky sound. If any fans were worried
The brutal and irreverent Future of the Left will be playing sideshows in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, in addition to their appearances at the Falls Festival and the Southbound Festival.