Since the drop date is right around the corner, we tracked down Mr. Einhorn to see where his troupe was in completing said debut.
Einhorn went on to tell us that after completing the album, his group will be embarking on its first "full tour of Florida" to promote the EP.
"We are also going to be shooting two music videos for the EP and have a possible 7" coming out on an undisclosed label," added Einhorn. He wasn't trying to be coy, Einhorn simply couldn't tell us any more details about the 7" record deal because his band is still finalizing the particulars.
As it turns out, the Funcrusher boys have had a brisk year, so far, and are assiduously putting the final touches on their long awaited album. They continue their hard work this Saturday with a performance at the Speakeasy Lounge in Lake Worth. Funcrusher, with their whimsical psychedelic pop with Brit pop nuances, will be joined by witch house idolizers Symbols and Ribbon Dancer, a relatively newer outfit that's a confluence of chiming guitars, way-out synths and snare bashes.
As promised here is little preview of Funcrusher performing a rousing rendition of "You're An Avalanche," a track, Einhorn says, that will be found on his group's forthcoming EP.
Funcrusher with Symbols and Ribbon Dancer
9 p.m. Saturday, March 3 at the Speakeasy Lounge. 129 N Federal Hwy, Lake Worth, Tickets cost $5.00 More info here.
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