Ezra Furman is an American indie folk/pop singer-songwriter and musician from Evanston, Illinois. He has performed his band Ezra Furman and The Harpoons and Ezra Furman and The Boy-Friends.
Starting his music career in 2006, he released his debut album, ‘Banging Down the Doors’ in 2007. His sixth album, ‘Perpetual Motion People’, was released in 2015 and reached #23 in the UK Albums Chart. 2016 saw the release of mini album 'Big Fugitive Life', and in 2017 the singles Driving Down To LA, and Love You So Bad. He delivered his latest album, 'Transangelic Exodus', in February 2018.
Ezra Furman toured the UK and North America in 2018 supporting the new album. In summer 2019, Furman will headline Deer Shed Festival in July. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information below on Stereoboard.
Wed 14th Feb 2018
Road songs are part of the fabric of rock ‘n’ roll. From the earliest greaser anthems through the open roads of west coast pop and manic rockabilly chase scenes, they’ve always been there. On ‘Transangelic Exodus’, Ezra Furman offers a new twist on the style, keeping both the wings and the wheels as he soundtracks “a personal companion for a paranoid road trip. A queer outlaw saga”.