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Monday, April 30 2012

The Futureheads: Rant

The Futureheads release an entire album of original songs and cover songs re-worked as a cappella arrangements... and it works.


Tuesday, October 26 2010

The Futureheads: 12 October 2010 - Austin, TX

While it had been four years since the band last came to Austin, the Futureheads rewarded fans for waiting with a night of camaraderie, showmanship, and a performance that proved that you don’t have to change your sound to be a great rock band.


Friday, June 6 2008

The Notwist, Supergrass, The Futureheads…


Sunday, June 1 2008

The Futureheads: This Is Not the World

Third album from Sunderland, England post-punk quartet anticipates the inevitable flux of the times -- the moments where the familiar become foreign, where planned outcomes yield to unseen endgames.


Friday, April 18 2008

Kate Walsh, Architecture in Helsinki, The Futureheads…


Tuesday, July 25 2006

The Futureheads

are so good live that it hurts to see them. Perhaps that's where the problem lies.


Thursday, June 29 2006

The Futureheads

PopMatters' Elizabeth Black faces her fears of Sudden Venue Implosion (SVI) in a search for that ever-elusive beast known as, The Rock.


Friday, May 26 2006

The Futureheads: News and Tributes

The Futureheads provide the sort of control that leads to recklessness.


Tuesday, June 28 2005

The Futureheads

Attention, all mall-punks, too-too hip indie citydwellers, backwards-baseball-cap boys and low-rise-jean girls; you all owe a debt of gratitude to Fox Television.


Sunday, November 14 2004

The Futureheads: self-titled

The Futureheads' debut album is bound to bring pogoing back in vogue. The music is just as pop-oriented as Franz, but it comes in an extremely tightly-wound package, heaps of energy compressed into 14 tracks that span 34 insanely quick minutes.


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