"Furious feminist punk rock, completely unique and unapologetic” FRANK TURNER
From Glasgow and London, Ros Cairney (guitar and vocals) and Vas Antoniadou (drums and vocals) are earning a reputation for uncompromising, politically charged rock. Debut album Tracks of Wire has received acclaim from the likes of Louder Than War, Q Magazine and Radio X DJ John Kennedy.
"Sometimes an album comes along that just grips you by the throat on the first listen and won’t let go. Tracks Of Wire sets the bar very high in terms of modern day punk" 10/10 LOUDER THAN WAR
Frank Turner hand-picked deux furieuses to open for him at his inaugural Lost Evenings Festival at the Roundhouse, London in 2017. The band headlined the Louder Than War curated Blogtober Festival show at The Finsbury, London and were invited by John Kennedy to play X-Posure Live at The Underworld, London in May 2018.
"Furious feminist punk rock, completely unique and unapologetic" FRANK TURNER
Deux Furieuses have written and recorded their follow up album at Grange Farm Studio, Cambridgeshire with producer Rob Ellis (PJ Harvey) and the duo signed to Xtra Mile Recordings in March 2019. They played a packed out Hawley Arms at Camden Rocks Festival and head out on a mini tour with new label mates Oxygen Thief in the lead up to performing at the Xtra Mile Recordings takeover stage at 2000 Trees Festival in July 2019.
"Anger masterclass - recalling PJ Harvey's Rid of Me and the harshness and austerity of Savages" Q MAGAZINE
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"