London duo Ferris & Sylvester are currently on tour with Lucy Spraggan and to coincide they’ve released their latest single ‘Burning River’. You can catch Ferris & Sylvester on tour in November as they’ll be playing headline shows with BBC Introducing in the South West of the UK and prestigious London support slots with Trampled by Turtles, Welshly Arms and Jerron ‘Blind Boy’ Paxton. More about the duo and a stream of ‘Burning River’ follows:
Critically acclaimed and fast-rising London duo Ferris & Sylvester have released their brand new single ‘Burning River’. The single is featured in Spotify’s ‘New Music Friday’ playlist and premiered with BBC Introducing as the ‘Upload Of The Week’ on Sarah Gosling’s show, which was followed by the duo’s second live session with the station this year.
‘Burning River’ is the first taste of a brand new project from Ferris & Sylvester, a project inspired by writing trips to Iceland and its vast breath-taking landscapes and mesmeric weather patterns.Produced by Michael Rendall (Pink Floyd, Paul McCartney, Echo & The Bunnymen), ‘Burning River’ pulls together Icelandic chants, captivating percussion, blues guitars and the pair’s unmistakable harmonies. The result finds Ferris & Sylvester expanding their sound into something that is both their most raw and heartfelt yet.
‘Burning River’ is the first new track to follow from the duo’s highly acclaimed Made In Streatham EP released earlier this year. Upon release the Made In Streatham EP topped the iTunes Singer-Songwriter Chart, clocked up millions of plays on Spotify and has been receiving great radio support from Radio 2, BBC 6Music and BBC Introducing. The stand out single ‘London’s Blues’ reached the Spotify UK Viral Chart Top 20.
Ferris & Sylvester are prolific names on the UK’s live scene and have played to thousands of people this year. They have played in support of the likes of Eric Clapton, Robert Plant, George Ezra, Tom Odell, Gary Barlow and James Blunt, while they have also played high profile festivals including BST Hyde Park and the main stage at Wilderness Festival among many others.
FERRIS & SYLVESTER TOUR DATES
19th – Nottingham, Rock City (w) Lucy Sraggan
20th – Cardiff, The Great Hall (w) Lucy Sraggan
23rd – Birmingham, O2 Institute (w) Lucy Sraggan
24th – Norwich, UEA (w) Lucy Sraggan
7th – Newquay, Whiskers
8th – London, Union Chapel (w) Jerron ‘Blind Boy’ Paxton
9th – Perranporth, The Watering Hole
10th – St Agnes, The Taphouse
11th – Falmouth, The Gylly Beach Café
15th – London, The Dome (w) Welshly Arms
16th – London, Electric Ballroom (w) Trampled By Turtles