Fig Tussle with the Daily Grind on ‘Smog’

Sydney slow-glam band Fig today reveal the Krautrock reminiscent new single ‘Smog’ which premiered on FBi Radio and will feature on their forthcoming debut album. They’ve also recently announced their first 2020 show which will take place at The Vanguard on August 15th.

Written as a meditative exorcism of the repetitive, ‘Smog’ speaks of the daily grind through synthy melodies with fuzzy guitars and understated vocals. Lead singer Tim Burnett continues “It’s about working 18 hour days, three floors below the streets of New York City’s Financial District. Working all day, writing yourself off, rinse and repeat. Dreaming of getting the fuck out to somewhere else.”

STREAM ‘SMOG’ HERE

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