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Faith N Fury

Devils Advocate

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Faith N Fury

Devils Advocate

31 Jan 2012 date joined

England, Kent

Steve Leonard Vocals/Guitar

Pacey Prestage Bass/Backing Vocals

Rich Bladon Drums

Biography

Faith n Fury was formed in December 2007. Two extremes fused together to create an explosion of musical energy, delivered to you through the airwaves. In 2008 FNF released their debut EP "Close to the edge" this concoction of epic hooks, driving basslines and eclectic drumming makes you wonder how a three piece could achieve such a giant sound. The band has been firing off live shows across the UK, making their presence known. Notably supported Zico Chain in June 2009 and The Doll that Kicks at The City that Rocks Festival in 2010. In 2010 FNF also released of their follow up EP "Start at the end" (which is available on itunes and Amazon) building up there reputation and following with continuous shows off the back of the release. In 2011 with a new single 'Devils Advocate' released accompanied by an awesome music video, a strong fan base and a headlining show at Camden Underworld Faithnfury also had some great shows at 100 Club aswell as a main stage slot at The Danson Festival along with shows at some of Londons most famous venues including The Purple Turtle, The Water Rats and Nambucca. Faithnfury also had the pleasure of supporting The Crave at the 100 Club aswell as air play on a number of radio stations in the UK, Finland and Canada. Now in 2012 with a new mangement deal, Faithnfury have already played The Arctic Festival with dates booked at the O2 Islington Academy 2, a return to 100 club and a headlining show at the reknowned live music venue Chinnerys in Southend. 2012 is looking good keep your eyes peeled!

Influences

Alter Bridge, Nickelback, GnR, Michael Jackson, Staind, Limp Bizkit, DMN, Led Zepplin,

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