Face to Face: The Futureheads

7.2.2010

By Noah Michelson

British band The Futureheads, who first blew up thanks to a brilliant cover of Kate Bush's "Hounds of Love," back in 2004, have returned with a new album, The Chaos. We invited the guys into our studio recently to chat about what makes them punk, how independence from a major label has increased their creativity, and why inspiring ecstasy is the ultimate goal of their live show:

Check out the video for "Heartbeat Song" from The Chaos, and then head to The Futureheads' official site for more info on the band and tour dates.

-- NOAH MICHELSON

Previously
> Hummer: Lolene's "Rich"
British band The Futureheads, who first blew up thanks to a brilliant cover of Kate Bush's "Hounds of Love," back in 2004, have returned with a new album, The Chaos. We invited the guys into our studio recently to chat about what makes them punk, how independence from a major label has increased their creativity, and why inspiring ecstasy is the ultimate goal of their live show:

Check out the video for "Heartbeat Song" from The Chaos, and then head to The Futureheads' official site for more info on the band and tour dates.

-- NOAH MICHELSON

Previously
> Hummer: Lolene's "Rich"

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