Release date: 27th October 2021
Yur Mum, a London-based Brazilian rock act signed to Chapter 22 Records in the UK and M&O Music in France, released their new single, Tropical Fuzz, on the 27th of October 2021. The band, formed of Anelise Kunz (bass/Vocals) and Fabio Couto (drums), who’ve shared the stage with DIY stalwarts such as Maid Of Ace, Svetlanas, Healthy Junkies, Hands Off Gretel, I-Destroy & Dream Nails as well as modern-day legends such as New Model Army, The Adolescents, Vice Squad, Kirk Brandon, UK Subs, The Vibrators and TV Smith, will also unleash an accompanying music video which was shot entirely on a GoPro & edited by the duo.
“Brace yourselves, kids! Mama will extend your summer for a bit longer. Get ready for our new video ‘Tropical Fuzz’, with even more bass, more Fuzz, cowbell and triangle action in our “biggest low budget DIY production” shot only with a @gopro”
Their latest album, Tropical Fuzz, which features all three recent singles, Black Rainbow, Banana Republic & Tropical Fuzz, can already be purchased on CD & Vinyl, but will be available on all streaming websites from the 10th of December.
Yur Mum’s first release on Chapter 22 , Tropical Fuzz, is available now on Yellow heavy weight 180gms vinyl and CD with limited edition merch bundles available from www.chapter22records.bigcartel.com
Their second studio album will be their first as a two-piece, Fabio Couto (Drums) and Anelise Kunz (Vocals and Bass) are Yur Mum and the rock duo have this to say about the new album “Tropical Fuzz is not a lockdown album. We’ve had the concept for a while. This is a new chapter for us (No pun intended) as we had to reboot how we make music and give everything we had to write songs as a duo. The limitation actually forced us to explore new musical horizons and revisit our roots. The tracks have several different influences but generally it’s a colourful and energetic album, and it’s the best thing we’ve ever done.”
- Banana Republic
- Tropical Fuzz
- Kiss and Tell
- Dig Deep
- Je Ne Sais Pas
- Happy Mantra 2020
- Black Rainbow
- Rio 69