River Fury combine pop-rock anthems with psych elements


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London-based quartet River Fury derives a set that is sonically somewhere between early 90’s grunge, 80’s indie, melodic post-rock on new single ‘Comfort Is Being Fooled’.

River Fury easily slip pop-rock anthems smashed together with math and psych elements off their fingers and out of their throats with volume and vitality.

Dan Howe and Patric Nutton (both on vocals and guitar), joined by the formidable rhythm talents of Callum Hayes (Chaser/Sweetheart of the Rodeo) on bass and vocals, and Andrew Gallop (Fortnight in Florida/Orlando Seal and the Swell) on drums and percussion.

River Fury has self-released a slew of singles, including  21st Century Man, which has attracted much interest from the likes of BBC Introducing. They have recently finished working on their first EP, entitled ‘5 Year Plan’, slated for release the coming weeks and months.

If you’re fans of The Wonder Years, Delta Sleep and Cloud Nothings then River Fury could be right up your street. With nods to myriad other rock luminaries, they describe their sound as pounding rhythms layered over with intermingling guitar lines, occasional squalls of feedback, and soaring harmonious vocals.

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