EZRA FURMAN Unveils New Single ‘Suck The Blood From My Wound’
Ezra Furman has returned with a third compelling and expressive single titled Suck The Blood From My Wound, taken from his forthcoming release, Transangelic Exodus, out in February.
Full of narrative that prompts vivid visuals through each verse and chorus, Suck The Blood From My Wound shows thoughtfulness and depth in Furman’s songwriting with a hint of wit and charm.
Always experimenting with the soundscape, Ezra Furman doesn’t fail to disappoint with his latest offering, combining vocals and music in his unique perspective. The American singer-songwriter even closes the song with one of the most distinctive lines from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet – “A plague on both your houses!”.
Ezra says of the track:
It’s a song with enough situational detail and imagery that it could be adapted into a film or a novel. Not that it necessarily should be. It started with me writing a whole album about me and my illegal transangelic hospital-escapee partner running from a hostile government. All of my deepest concerns as an artist whirling into a bizarre dream of perpetual narrow escape.
Transangelic Exodus will be released on February 9th on Bella Union.
Catch Ezra at the following dates:
03 – LEEDS, Brudenell Social Club
04 – LIVERPOOL, Arts Club
10 – FOLKESTONE, Quarterhous
23 – LONDON, O2 Brixton Academy
24 – BRISTOL, Colston Hall
27 – MANCHESTER, Albert Hall
28 – GLASGOW, O2 ABC Glasgow
29 – DUBLIN, Tivoli Theatre