Ezra Furman & The Boy-Friends New Release on Bar/None and Tour

Erza Furman, Photo by Rosie Wagner.
Erza Furman, Photo by Rosie Wagner.

“My Zero,” the new video for Ezra Furman and his band the Boy-Friends, and one of the cuts from their new album “Day of the Dog,” offers up a crisp poppy sound with overtones of seventies orchestral charm. In a lyric wrapper of knowledgeable worldly ideals, that hint at algorithms and over population, the song is that breed of love song – quirky but honest. Furman strains his voice in a heartfelt nasal whine that’s more early John Lennon than Bob Dylan, but the songs are stories with straightforward composition that’s an easy listen. A good folk-rocker, but with fantastic saxophone Charlie “Bird” Parker-esc solo finishing out the song for the new release on Bar/None Records.

Ezra Furman & The Boy-Friends Tour
Thu 10/10 – Springfield, IL – Donnie’s Homespun
Fri 10/11 – Champaign, IL – Mike & Molly’s
Sat 10/12 – Chicago, IL – Subterranean
Wed 10/16 – Columbus, OH – Ace of Cups
Thu 10/17 – Pittsburgh, PA – Club Cafe
Sat 10/19 – New York, NY (CMJ Showcase) – Living Room
Tue 10/22 – Cambridge, MA – Middle East Upstairs
Wed 10/23 – Brooklyn, NY – Shea Stadium
Thu 10/24 – New Hope, PA – Triumph Brewery
Fri 10/25 – Philadelphia – North Star Bar
Sat 10/26 – Marietta, OH – Adelphia Music Hall
Sun 10/27 – Yellow Springs, OH (Antioch College)
Tue 10/29 – Detroit, MI – The Loving Touch
Wed 10/30 – University Center, MI – Saginaw Valley State University
Thu 10/31 – Cincinnati, OH – MOTR Pub
Fri 11/1 – Indianapolis, IN – Do317 Lounge

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“Day of the Dog,” Ezra Furman and his band the Boy-Friends. Available now on Bar/None Records.

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