Post-punk stars The Psychedelic Furs have teamed up with Cooking Vinyl, an independent U.K.-based record label, to release their first studio album in nearly three decades.
“We are thrilled to be working with Martin, Rob, Howie and the entire gang at Cooking Vinyl,” shared the band’s manager, Rob Dillman.
“The Furs had been contemplating doing new songs for quite some time,” he added. “The enthusiasm and passion the label has shown for the band and the project made it an easy call…we are very excited to be doing this together.”
The band, whose debut, eponymous album was released in 1979, recently gained quite a reputation among the millennial audience after being featured in Luca Guadanigno‘s Oscar-winning film, Call Me By Your Name, and the second season of the widely-popular Netflix series, “Stranger Things.”
Currently headlining a North American tour, the band is set to hit the stages of U.K. and Europe later this year.
The as-yet-untitled collection is set for release in 2020 and will be the band’s first studio album since 1991’s World Outside issued via Columbia Records.
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