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©2017 by deux furieuses.

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my War is your War

Directed by Dan Donovan

'My War is Your War' was produced by Rob Ellis and mixed by Mark Freegard 

 

The song is three stories of different worlds colliding, from Gaza Beach to Ukraine to Yemen. The song was written as a way of not normalising the shocking events that stun the world and then are yesterday’s news with the message that we can no longer just occupy our own safe space and turn a collective blind eye reinforced by the song’s empathetic refrain of ‘Your war is my war, my war is your war.’

The wide-screen story is powered by a driving loop that carries at first the sparse instrumentation to a devastating conclusion. Present are elements of the duo’s darker post-punk inspired shades (which has garnered comparisons to PJ Harvey and Savages), but layered with subtle texture. The foreboding drumming and emotive vocal oscillate between brooding menace and impassioned determination, before the song culminates in a big rock sound that runs through the veins of the new long-player from which it’s taken.

 

 

time to mourn/from fear to fury

Directed by Dan Donovan

Time to Mourn/From Fear to Fury Time was produced by Rob Ellis (PJ Harvey) who is featured on piano and is accompanied by a moving video directed by Dan Donovan telling the story of a young man forced to flee his country. The single was released on 20th January 2017.

 

Featuring Nenad Kostadinovski as the refugee with thanks also to Eva Chotomanidou and Pas Stratos for his additional footage. Mix and post production by Mark Freegard at Kyoti Studio, Glasgow. Mastered by Nick Watson at Fluid Mastering, London.

All proceeds from the single go to non profit charity organisation Phone Credit For Refugees who raise funds for displaced people desperate to connect with their families and to access the latest information on open borders and asylum rights.

dream for change

Dream for Change is from debut album Tracks of Wire produced by Rob Ellis. The video was filmed and directed by deux furieuses on mobile phone at Ponders End, London using live footage from the band's debut gig at The Water Rats, London shot by Lubert Daz with phone footage from our Russian tour.

Mix and additional production by Mark Freegard and mastered by Nick Watson at Fluid Mastering, London.

are we sexy enough?

Directed by Dan Donovan

Are We Sexy Enough? was the third single from Tracks of Wire produced by Rob Ellis. The song takes on the conflicting pressures placed on girls both within the music industry and in wider society.

Mix and additional production by Mark Freegard at Kyoti studio, Glasgow and mastered by Nick Watson at Fluid Mastering, London.

the party of shaitaan

Directed by Dan Donovan

The Party of Shaitaan was the second single from album Tracks of Wire produced by Mark Freegard at Kyoti Studio, Glasgow and mastered by Nick Watson at Fluid Mastering London.

can we talk about this?

Directed by Dan Donovan

Can We Talk About This? was the debut single from album Tracks of Wire produced by Rob Ellis. It was filmed by Dan Donovan in a shed at the bottom of his garden. 

 

Mix and additional production by Mark Freegard and mastered by Nick Watson at Fluid Mastering, London.