Future Fears are a four piece alt-pop band from Dublin, Ireland. Formed in late 2015 the band has grown from strength to strength while developing a unique style of catchy hooks and anthemic choruses within their sound. In mid 2016 the band released their first single “Call My Name” which was produced by Ray Traynor, who has worked with the likes of The Script, Aslan and One Republic. The band has collaborated once again with Ray on their debut E.P ‘LUCID’ available for download on all streaming sites on the 28th of April 2017.
The band consists of David Duggan (Bass/ Lead Vocals), Amy McDonagh (Guitar), Enrico Goffi (Drums) and Susan Ward (Keys/Synth/Backing Vocals). The bands influences span the last 5 decades and include; The Beatles, David Bowie, Queen, Tears for Fears, and contemporary artists such as Foster the People, M83 and Jess Glynne.
Future Fears are a promising alt-pop band who have worked hard behind the scenes to create their polished sound. With high ambitions teamed with a stern work ethic and a catchy,
memorable sound they’re sure to turn more than a few heads.
Rachel Masterson – Editor of Ceol Caint & Presenter on 8Radio.com
Future Fears seemed to have appeared out of nowhere almost fully formed. Perhaps a name change – unless their future fears are fears for a bright future!
I have being a supporter and promoter of Original Music for most of my life. Over the past decade I have investigated the Music industry to help artists find a path to success . With the new digital age , there have being major changes to the way artists promote their Music today . More and more tools are made available to artists than ever before and a path to independence is very real . Many see this time as the Industry closing off to original music but I see it as an opportunity for more and more artists to be heard .
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