Future Of The Left

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Future Of The Left are a alternative rock ‘supergroup’ born in 2005 out of the ashes of two previous bands, with ex-McClusky members Andrew ‘Falco’ Falkous and Jack Egglestone joining up with Kelson Mathias, formerly of Jarcrew.

The band released their debut 7″ on the Too Pure label in January 2007, followed by two additional singles that year, before releasing their critically acclaimed first album, ‘Curses’, in September ‘07. The band signed to 4AD in 2008, releasing the live album ‘Last Night I Saved Her From Vampires’, followed by their second studio album ‘Travels With Myself and Another’ (2009).

The Future Of The Left are best known for making a caustic noise rock sound, with piercing riffs and obtuse lyricism, but their music also includes a more surprising keyboard aspect facilitating a musical growth and maturity from the members’ previous bands.

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