SINGLE LAUNCH SHOW
THE TROUBADOUR, LONDON – APRIL 15th
IRELAND APRIL/MAY TOUR ANNOUNCED
PLAYING WITH ÁINE CAHILL
Folk/Americana duo Ferris & Sylvester have released their debut single ‘Save Yourself’. The track is produced by the legendary Youth who has signed the duo to his brand new publishing company Painted Word Music, in collaboration with Big Life Music.
‘Save Yourself’ is a bittersweet love song written by Issy Ferris and Archie Sylvester, with their harmonies sounding beautifully haunting among the song’s delicate guitars. The single from the West Country pair was brought to life in Youth’s Space Mountain Studios in Spain, which saw the duo inspired by the stunning surrounds of nearby Sierra Nevada.
Regarding the single Ferris & Sylvester say, ‘”Save Yourself’ is a song that demonstrates the painful and brutal battle that encompasses a relationship. The song is a truthful and honest portrayal of thoughts that we all feel but never say.”
Ferris & Sylvester are celebrating the release of ‘Save Yourself’ with a show at The Troubadour, London on Saturday (April 15th). Tickets are available through https://troubadourlondon.yapsody.com.
The band have been announced as support for Áine Cahill on her tour of Ireland starting this month, and Ferris & Sylvester have a number of further shows in London. Full tour details can be found below.
Ferris & Sylvester deliver a captivating honesty through candid song writing that addresses everyday life. ‘Save Yourself’ is just the first taste of their alluring sound and the band have much more to follow throughout the rest of the year.
FERRIS & SYLVESTER LIVE DATES
15/04 – London, The Troubadour (Save Yourself Single Launch Show)
20/04 – Dublin, The Sugar Club Áine Cahill
21/04 – Dublin, The Sugar Club Áine Cahill
23/04 – Cork, Cyprus Avenue Áine Cahill
27/04 – London, The Water Rats Tom McRae
02/05 – London, The Islington
04/05 – Dundalk, Spirit Store Áine Cahill
05/05 – Galway, The Loft Áine Cahill
06/06 – Limerick, Dolan’s upstairs Áine Cahill
07/05 – Kilkenny, Set Theatre Áine Cahill
25/05 – London, The Harrison