Got a thing for anything vintage? Like, songs from the ‘60s and sepia-tinged videos? There’s a Brit band that you might wanna add to your playlist. (If you haven’t already).

And after adding them to your playlist, add them to your list of “bands I must catch live at least once in my lifetime!”

Luckily for you, if you happen to be within the vicinity of Hard Rock Café Singapore early next month, you’ll get to cross that off your list pretty easily.
Meet FUR, a psych-pop four-piece hailing from Brighton. Members William Murray, Harry Saunders, William Tavener and Flynn Whelan describe their music as “like if a ’60s band were doing something modern”.
Go this place at this time to catch FUR live in Singapore:
Venue: Hard Rock Café Singapore
Date: 6 November 2019 (Wednesday)
Time: 8pm
Grab the tickets, priced at SGD98 each (excluding booking fee), at https://www.sistic.com.sg/events/cfur1119 
FUR square
Let their vintage guitar pop, jangly melodies and sunlit charm brighten your weekday with this show. Plus, local alt-rock/shoegaze quartet Coming Up Roses will be opening for the Brit band! They are sure to hype up the crowd with their music that combines elements of pop, grunge, heavy-metal and shoegaze.
FUR will be performing as the sixth show of LAMC Productions’ “Rising Star Series”, which aims to bring up-and-coming international artistes to Singapore to perform live alongside significant local acts. Previous performers include Jamie Lawson, POND and PVRIS
(Photo source: Julia Nala | FUR’s Facebook)