"Anger masterclass” Q MAGAZINE
my war is your war oUT now
Second album My War is Your War produced by Rob Ellis (PJ Harvey) is out now via Xtra Mile Recordings accompanied by videos 'Year of Rage', 'My War is Your War' & 'Let Them Burn'.
New single 'She's Not Coming Home Tonight' out now via Bandcamp in aid of #ReclaimTheseStreets!
"Deux Furieuses are exciting, of that there is no doubt. My War is Your War spits, kicks & roars with a ruthless sincerity." LOUDER THAN WAR
"A widescreen political vision and vast spacious sound with the direct ferocity of Dry-era PJ Harvey. Exceptional."
8/10 CLASSIC ROCK MAGAZINE
"So fierce, an amazing reflection of our times. A classic album." JOHN KENNEDY RADIO X
Fierce post punk duo Deux Furieuses have released second album My War is Your War (2019) produced by Rob Ellis (PJ Harvey) via Xtra Mile Recordings as the follow-up to their critically acclaimed debut album Tracks of Wire (2016).
My War is Your War lyrically and musically expands on their debut, taking the post-punk and riot grrrl influences of the predecessor and injecting a darker rock sound. The album reaches out to find common cause against a context of increasing right wing populism, the #MeToo movement and a friend’s suicide.
Since their beginnings in 2013, Scottish vocalist/guitarist Ros Cairney and London Greek drummer Vas Antoniadou have earned a reputation for uncompromising politically charged rock. The duo have been championed by the likes of Q Magazine, Classic Rock Magazine, Louder Than War and Radio X DJ John Kennedy, whose enthusiasm caught the attention of Frank Turner and led to a support slot at his inaugural Lost Evenings Festival.
With new album My War is Your War firmly on the critically acclaimed shelf and powerhouse performances at Camden Rocks Festival and 2000 Trees Festival in 2019, Deux Furieuses have played UK dates supporting Soeur, Petrol Girls and an acoustic set as support to folk punk troubadour Frank Turner.
Tracks of Wire by Phil Mongredien
"Anger masterclass. Their self-released album positively bristles with rage. The fat-free song structures recall Rid of Me, the harshness and austerity of Savages. They are most effective when they slow down on Kill Us which nods to Led Zeppelin's Immigrant Song before locking into a menacing groove. A bold and accomplished debut'
LOUDER THAN WAR
Tracks of Wire by Paul Scott-Bates
'It is in modern day terms a classic album. A soundtrack to life in 2016. What makes a classic album? Perfect songs, emotive lyrics, unforgettable choruses, excellent production, a feeling that the band has contributed blood, sweat and tears to every note. For Deux Furieuses all those boxes are ticked.' 10/10
Can We Talk About This? by Everett True
"Gouging intensity. Mining the dark side. Fucked up and reconstructed and in thrall to the past, but moved on way past that. Anger. Oh yes, anger. All this talk of fucking hypocrites and fucking people in their eyes. 2014 realised in small barbed doses. Serious. Straight up. A nagging, dissonant refrain. Fucking great. Deux Furieuses have surpassed Savages already in just under four minutes of tightly wound, compressed menace"