Maltese female alternative rock duo Fuzzhoneys have just announced that they’ll be embarking on a four-day UK tour which will see them playing daily at a couple of venues in Nottingham and Sheffield.
The tour, comes fresh off the band’s last studio time, where they recorded a couple of new tunes that will definitely be debuted in their upcoming live appearances.
Fuzzhoneys made their live debut in 2014 at the Rock the South festival, and only went from strength to strength in the last couple of years. They kicked off 2016 by releasing their debut EP CD Tal-Ġenn, and 2017 seems to be even busier.
“Everything is building up to the international tour we’ll be going on to promote our new album in the future,” frontwoman Francesca explained. “We’ve played in Camden and Sardegna before, and we asked all the people we had met to help us secure the venues for this next tour.”
The tour is dubbed Femmetastic, both in relation to a single the band will be releasing later this year, and to represent their ideology.
“We are not about promoting that a woman is better than a man,” Caroline clarified, “But we want to show people that you can do anything. We are two young women who are proof of that.”
“We’re not feminists, we’re equalists,” Francesca concluded.
We absolutely can’t wait to see what Fuzzhoneys have in store for us in 2017. In the meantime, check out their Lovin Lounge performance from a couple of months ago and stay tuned for more updates on their website.