New Release | Future Fires – ‘Midnight Sky’ Video

Birmingham Band Future Fires Release Video for ‘Midnight Sky

Future Fires have had an establishing year so far, with playing a number of UK shows and releasing some of their first songs. Earlier this year they released ‘Far’, which was featured here on WFM, now the band have released follow up track ‘Midnight Sky’ with eye catching video.

The track has that Oasis swag on it with the guitars and the larger than life personality of frontman Adam Norman, as it comes across very well on the video. The attitude fuelled guitars have a sharp chop to them, which lends itself well to the energy that the band look to produce in their performances. It seems as though the band are getting the knack of writing catchy songs which are easy to like, and if they continue the way they’re going 2018 could be a key year for the band.

After two tracks it’s easy to say Future Fires have got a 2/2 strike rate, even with the videos they’re very well produced and add something to the songs. It’s clear that they want to do everything properly and only put their name to something they’re truly happy with, anything less simply won’t do. Looking forward to see what the end of the year will bring for them, maybe they even may have an eye on starting to record their debut EP!

Words by Alex Wise


Future Fires release Dark Video for ‘Far’

Birmingham Band Future Fires release Quality Video for Latest Single ‘Far’

If there wasn’t enough already musically going on around Birmingham, Future Fires have released a story fuelled video for their latest track ‘Far’.

After seeing them earlier this year at The Sunflower Lounge, it was evident that they were a band to keep tabs on as they had great stage presence, urging the crowd to move throughout their set.

The bands frantic and choppy style, which was on display that night, is reflected well througout the video. With the quick cuts and overall tempo of it, you really get a feel for the band when watching. The sound is very much from that early 00’s indie, which is great to hear when it’s done well, which these lads do. Also throughout the track the guitar work is tight and piercing, a shining feature and is one of Future Fires USP’s as an act.

Future Fires still are a young band with a lot to offer, so it’s promising when they’re releasing tracks like this. Also encouraging to see some effort has went into the video, something which a lot of bands don’t tend to take notice of.

Words by Alex Wise @AJWise