Furiosa Announces West Coast February Tour

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Furiosa Announces West Coast February Tour

Look, Don’t Listen Out Now on Toys.of.the.Masses


(January 31st, 2018) – Los Angeles based rock band Furiosa will be hitting the road mid-February for their first tour of 2018. The west coast tour will be in support of their sonically diverse debut album, entitled Look, Don’t Listen, that was released late last year on Toys.of.the.Masses. While this may be the band’s first tour, band mastermind Jonah Nimoy has spent the last six months as a fill in ringer for such bands as The Offspring, and currently Stone Sour, and will be keeping busy with further Furiosa plans throughout the year.

Furiosa is here to save the day! Come join us and catch a show as we hit the road supporting our debut album, ‘Look, Don’t Listen’! We look forward to seeing you out there, and don’t forget…STAY SEXY & ROCK ON FOREVER” – Jonah Nimoy


Look, Don’t Listen (Out Now)

Furiosa - Look Don t Listen - Online Cover

1. The Dead Song
2. 2 High 2 Party
3. Lovers & Haters
4. A Dark Night
5. Sleep
6. Believe To See (Mulder It’s Me)
7. Retro Addict
8. Mazel Tov Cocktail
9. Wired Mind
10. Starman [David Bowie Cover]


About Furiosa:

Furiosa is the musical brainchild of Los Angeles native, Jonah Nimoy. With esoteric line drawings, heavy romantic vocals, and aggressive melodic grit, Furiosa turns chaos into clarity. Not many Millennials will cite Cliff Burton and Hunter S. Thompson as dream band members, but Jonah seems to have an appreciation of the strange and awesome that is beyond his years. That is why when he is in the studio, it is Jonah and his wired mind singing and playing every instrument he can get his hands on. Then on stage, Jonah takes the role of lead vocals and guitars as a rotating gang of heroes and weirdos celebrate the madness around him. This in turn seeped into Furiosa’s debut album, entitled Look, Don’t Listen, that was produced by Kemble Walters (Aeges, Bob Marlette, Juliette & The Licks) and released on Toys.of.the.Masses. The debut album features the single “Lovers & Haters” as well as a cover of David Bowie’s “Starman” that was used in the documentary movie ‘For The Love Of Spock’ about Jonah’s super cool gramps, who played a logical alien on 60’s American TV.

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