The Firrenes have announced a new Scottish concert date: Saturday 12 March 2022 at the Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh.
The Firrenes (it rhymes with 'beans'!) are a five-piece Scottish rock/pop band playing mainly original songs. Their music is a heady mix of 70's rock, burlesque, pop and art rock - with a big sound and arrangements to get your heart racing.
If you can't resist a well-crafted song, arranged and performed with love, artistry and good humour, get yourself along to the Voodoo Rooms, West Register Street, Edinburgh. A great night of original music is in store.
This show sees The Firrenes play two sets of original tunes, with a few classics from the British and American songbook thrown in. Check out the videos below, and if you like what you hear, come along and join us on March 12th!
What makes The Firrenes' album Door Too Wide special?
Proper songs, performed properly
Door Too Wide draws on an eclectic range of influences, including hard rock, burlesque, art rock, country, blues and classical. If you like real instruments and classic, analogue sounds, you're going to love Door Too Wide.
Every contributor to this record is a highly accomplished musician in their own right. The five members of The Firrenes are joined here by string, brass and woodwind players of the highest calibre - present and former members of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Edinburgh Quartet, Royal Scottish National Orchestra and other leading ensembles. Ricky White, a Scottish pedal steel player now based in the 'States, joins us from his studio in Indiana through the miracle of the Internet.
From their launch in 2016, The Firrenes (the name rhymes with 'beans') have always been driven by a dedication to the songwriter's craft. Some of the songs on Door Too Wide are political. Some are deeply personal. Some are reflective and soulful with shades of Van Morrison. Some pay a debt to Bowie and art rock. Others are just straight-ahead, in-your-face rockers. If you love a good tune, poetic lyrics, your soundtrack rooted in our world and its people, this record is for you.