Deux Furieuses are Scottish vocalist/guitarist Ros Cairney and Greek/London drummer Vas Antoniadou. Two feminist rebel soul mates on a mission to comment on the world around them. All about heartfelt, politically charged songs and an energised live experience which leaves the room buzzing.
The duo have released three critically acclaimed albums: self-released debut Tracks of Wire 2016, follow up My War Is Your War 2019 produced by Rob Ellis (PJ Harvey) and self produced third album Songs From Planet Earth 2022 via Xtra Mile Recordings. Boris Johnson resigned the day 'Bring Down the Government' was released.
Live highlights include headline show at The Lexington, London with Deb Googe (My Bloody Valentine) joining the duo on stage for three songs, UK tour supports to US feminist punk band War On Women, label mates Skinny Lister and The Fall legend Brix Smith. Support slots to Frank Turner at Manchester Apollo, Lost Evenings Festival at Roundhouse and Colechester Arts Center (acoustic) have also been highlights for the pair. Deux Furieuses have played 2000 Trees and Kendal Calling Festivals. As part of Brix Smith's live all female band, Ros and Vas have also supported Killing Joke at Eventim Apollo and toured the UK as support to Public Image Limited.