Ezra Furman | Artist

Ezra Furman | Artist

Tags: Era_2010s, Gender_Non, Genre_Indie, Origin_USA, Type_Artist

Ezra Furman is an American musician and songwriter born 1986 in Chicago. Furman (vocals, guitar) formed Ezra Furman and the Harpoons in 2006 with Job Mukkada (bass, vocals) and Adam Abrutyn (drums) and that band recorded three studio albums. Furman currently performs and records solo and tours with The Harpoons. Furman also wrote the soundtrack for the Netflix series Sex Education, released in 2020. Her idiosyncratic style spans Indie, garage, blues and pop/rock genres. One reviewer described their sound as "garage doo-wop". Lyrically, the music focusses on the travails of love and LGBT life. Furman herself identifies as transgender. Outstanding albums include Banging Down the Doors, The Year of no Returning, Day of the Dog and Sex Education.

Artist Website: ezrafurman.com

Featured Albums: Ezra Furman

Related Artists: Ezra Furman & The Harpoons

Video Clips: Love You So Bad, I Wanna be Your Girlfriend, Restless Year

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