“If a classic, simple, indie track could be made into a formula, Future Fires would basically be Einstein. The Birmingham band have absolutely nailed on their sound” Click here to
“Future Fires are definitely a band you want to keep and eye on, both of their first two singles have shown signs that these lads could really be going places.
“It seems as though the band are getting the knack of writing catchy songs which are easy to like, and if they continue the way they’re going 2018 could be
Birmingham quartet Future Fires are next up in our Q&A series. A big thanks to the guys. Indie Midlands: How long have you been performing live? “Adam: We’ve been performing
“The sound is very much from that early 00’s indie, which is great to hear when it’s done well, which these lads do. Also throughout the track the guitar work
Tell me a bit about your band & why should we check you out? “We’re a four-piece from Birmingham who write and play the best guitar music around today. Come
“As soon as you hear the catchy chorus, you’ll be captivated by this song. The rhythmic chorus accompanied by loud, distinctive riffs means it slots into the genre perfectly, allowing
“The Brummie Boys have recently released their cracker of a debut song, entitled Far. Riffy, and quite frankly an instant breakthrough onto my Spotify playlist, the tune subtly swipes the
“Exploding onto the scene in 2017, four-piece indie rockers Future Fires have firmly placed themselves as ones to watch this year after attracting attention from music lovers across the country.
“I especially enjoyed Future Fires because their sound immensely reminisces to old-school garage rock and roll, reminding me a lot of Arctic Monkeys, Kasabian etc.” Click here to read the