The Psychedelic Furs are set to release their first record in 29 years with ‘Made Of Rain’ dropping on July 31st through Cooking Vinyl.
The record was originally planned to be released on May 1st but, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the band have made the decision to halt it’s release by another three months—a small wait in the grand scheme of things considering it’s been close to three decades since the groups last full-length release.
This is the third snippet of the new record that fans have been treated to over the last few months following the releases of ‘You’ll Be Fine’ and ‘No-One’. The new wave legends were set to bring Made Of Rain to life at London’s Royal Albert Hall on May 15th but obviously, because of current circumstances, this has had to be postponed until next April. The band are also currently scheduled to appear at Cruel World Fest in Los Angeles this September.
The band have teamed up with producer Richard Fortus for the new album and, for mixing duties The Furs have turned to former David Bowie collaborator Tim Palmer.
In recent years the band have toured continually completing a tour of North America in 2019 and played acclaimed shows at The Hollywood Bowl, All Points East, Hyde Park and Benicàssim. After a celebrated handful of UK shows including headlining at Meltdown at the Royal Festival Hall at Robert Smith of The Cure’s request.