Fuzzy Sun have today announced that they will be headlining Manchester Academy 3 on Friday 29th November. Tickets go on sale on Friday 18th October from: gigst.rs/FSun
2019 has been quite a year for Stockport favourites Fuzzy Sun. They toured the UK on their debut headline tour, selling out venues such as London Camden Assembly and Manchester Club Academy in the process. Fuzzy Sun also supported Blossoms at their iconic hometown show at Stockport County FC’s Edgeley Park in July, and also supported Two Door Cinema Club in October where they played their first string of arena shows.
The band also released their latest single “I Ain’t Right” back in August. The track has quickly become a fan favourite, throwing the crowd into ecstasy every time they perform the song live. Fuzzy Sun describe the song as, “The soundtrack to a Richard Curtis movie set in studio 54 in the late 1970’s, starring John travolta as he seeks to repair ties with an unrequited love.”
NME included Fuzzy Sun in their “Top 100 Essential Artists for 2019” list, describing the band as having “a psychedelic element to their (Fuzzy Sun’s) music, their fizzing electro-pop often twisting and turning into unexpected directions.”
Comprised of frontman Kyle Ross, bassist Lewis Jobson, drummer Mitch Bancroft, Daisy Valentine on keyboards and backing vocals and Raffaele Pani rounding out the line-up on guitar, expect seductive harmonies, soul-infused rhythms and melodies reminiscent of California sun.
Friday 29th November – Manchester Academy 3