Fiery Furnace: Bitter Tea

Fiery Furnace: Bitter Tea

Fiery Furnace is a brother and sister band that I'm finding hard to describe. Its ecclectic, its eccentric, circus-y, garage electronica, psychedelic pop . Anyway, I love it. If you're adventurous, give it a listen. If you're hesitant, listen to "Waiting to Know You" first and follow it up with "Nevers". Favorite Tracks: "In My Little Thatched Hut" "I'm In No Mood" "Bitter Tea"

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