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Fufanu Post New Single Liability

Tuesday, 17 January 2017 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Magnus Anderson

Fufanu have posted a new single, Liability.

The track is cut from their Nick Zinner-produced sophomore album, 'Sports', which is due to be released on February 3 via One Little Indian.

Discussing the song, vocalist Kaktus Einarsson said:

“Liability is a song about our responsibility as a dot in a society. Without wanting to take a public stand with or against Brexit, the new President of USA or even just the recent parliament election in Iceland they all had one thing in common: Lack of votes by the younger generation. It’s truly sad that things are going the way they are, that people actually don’t care about their society because their life is going all right and they are numb towards the existence of the society.

Even if you don’t feel like you belong or have anything to say, there is always something you care about, just like in a party. There are some that like to be loud and be the center of it all, while some just feel more like having a good conversation and so on. All groups have something to say and should do, your liability towards society can make a change that lasts longer than the lifetime of a tree.”

The Icelandic band will support the record with a UK tour, calling in Manchester, Leeds, Glasgow, Newcastle, Birmingham, Bristol, London and Brighton between February 14 and 23. Tickets are on sale now.

Fufanu Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue February 14 2017 - MANCHESTER Gullivers
Wed February 15 2017 - LEEDS Oporto
Fri February 17 2017 - GLASGOW Nice N Sleazy
Sat February 18 2017 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Think Tank? Underground
Mon February 20 2017 - BIRMINGHAM Flapper
Tue February 21 2017 - BRISTOL Louisiana
Wed February 22 2017 - LONDON Kamio
Thu February 23 2017 - BRIGHTON Green Door Store

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