"I wanted something that sounded more original..."
Ezra Furman

Ezra Furman has announced plans for new album 'Transangelic Exodus'.

The songwriter achieved a surprising breakthrough with 2015's 'Perpetual Motion People', a critical and commercial success.

Touring heavily throughout the tumultuous political events of the following year, the American artist decided to overhaul his art.

“My previous records were original in their own way, but got classified as an off-kilter version of a retro band, and I wanted something that sounded more original,” he explains. “So we took time off touring, and made sure we took time with every song. I demoed with different band members, and then combined different demos – some parts even made the final album. So, the sound is more chopped up, edited, affected, rearranged.”

New album 'Transangelic Exodus' is the result. Out on February February 9th (pre-order LINK), Ezra Furman has shared new cut 'Love You So Bad' and it's pretty damn fine...

Tune in now.

Catch Ezra Furman at the following shows:

February
3 Leeds Brudenell Social Club
4 Liverpool Arts Club
10 Folkstone Quarterhouse

Photo Credit: Jason Simmons

For tickets to the latest Ezra Furman shows click HERE.

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