Thursday 24th of August 2017
Surya London

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Venue and Locality: Surya London
Postcode: N1 9JL

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Furnace and the Fundamentals have announced their first ever UK tour!

The six Australian showmen with a penchant for party covers and over the top antics will tour extensively across the UK during August, including an end of tour party headline show at London music hub, Surya on Thursday August 24th.

Furnace and the Fundamentals deliver an exhilarating, non-stop party set of the greatest songs of all time, accompanied by a mind-boggling, memory-triggering matrix production, showmanship and more dance-floor anthems than you can count.

Hot off the heels of rave reviews at Perth and Adelaide Fringe Festivals, the band are bringing their incredible party-starting energy to two huge shows at Edinburgh Fringe Festival’s 5000-capacity Royal Highland Centre, alongside legendary party starter DJ Hot Dub Time Machine.

They will also feature as the live entertainment at Propaganda’s summer parties across Sheffield, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Bristol and more.

From Beyonce to The Beatles, Mark Ronson to Michael Jackson, The Lion King to Dirty Dancing – thousands of fans across Australia have seen Furnace earn their reputation as bona fide party starters, including show-stopping performances at Falls Festival, Perth Fringe, St Kilda Festival, Spectrum Now Festival, New Year’s Eve on Sydney Harbour and countless packed club shows.

The group’s dazzling displays have a history of selling out, so get in quick and bring your dancing shoes – it’s Furnace time.

“Simply the best party band ever.” – Hot Dub Time Machine

“This is a show you cannot miss.” – Rave Live

“The highlight of the night was undoubtedly Furnace and the Fundamentals. Remixing their way through innumerable covers with a live band, Furnace traversed the entire back catalogue of every epic dance floor-killing song that ever existed with finesse and energy, sending the crowd into complete hysterics over and over again. What an end to the party.” – Music Feeds (Review of Falls Festival).