Fur band at Severn Sisters
Photo credit: Julia Nala
Gaby Mawson
Gaby Mawson

Gaby is a London based writer and visual communicator specialising in the music and film industries.

‘The Fine Line Of A Quiet Life’ is a documentation of mixed messages you give yourself and take from others about where you feel you should be in your life, and where you’re at.” – band member Murray.

Fur takes the listener on a metaphorical journey throughout the song, this is reflected in the video that is primarily a journey on an old-fashioned bus. The bus journey ends with the band performing their song on the chalk-white cliffs of Seven Sisters in East Sussex.

Watch the video for ‘The Fine Line Of A Quiet Life’ here:

‘The Fine Line Of A Quiet Life‘ is the first single Fur has released signed by their new label Boy Pablo’s 777 Music. Nicolas Muñoz from the label honours the band saying “They are such a hardworking and positive gang and just an overall quality act. They deserve so much attention and I am so excited they are working with 777 Music.”

In recent years, Fur has really started to grow in popularity as they have headlined toured the UK before the pandemic. On top of this, they have been shown significant support by Radio 1 and Radio 6, and within the press on an international level from the likes of NME, Brooklyn Vegan, Dork, So Young, CLASH, Gigwise, and many more.

It won’t be too long before Fur announces their debut album and tour dates in the UK and US, so make sure to keep your eyes peeled.

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