Fuzzy Lights - Live At Union Chapel mini-album

Fuzzy Lights
Live At Union Chapel mini-album
Free download
Release date: December 10th 2010


Fuzzy Lights was born in 2004 and has since grown from a two-piece violin and electric guitar duo to a five-piece band. This gradual change in line-up has allowed them to build on their sound and, with the release of their highly acclaimed second album 'Twin Feathers' in August this year, Fuzzy Lights brought their music to the crossroads of 1960's British folk and haunted noise-rock. It is this unlikely intertwining which truly defines their sound.

'Live At Union Chapel' documents their show at London's Union Chapel in December 2009. Captured on a single ambient mic at a night presented by the adventurous promoters Arctic Circle, it is available as a free download. Recorded as the band were working on 2010's highly acclaimed 'Twin Feathers' album, the five songs show the transition from the largely instrumental debut 'A Distant Voice' to the vocal-led songs of 'Twin Feathers'. The Union Chapel is an ideal setting for Fuzzy Lights. Dating from 1877, the chapel is an irregular octagon designed to allow preachers of the day to be seen and heard by all 1,700 worshippers. The acoustics of the space amplify the subtle drama of these songs perfectly.