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The Fiery Furnaces: Gallowbird's Bark

Review by Devon Powers, PopMatters, 16 October 2003

IT'S A HIGH-FALUTIN' seaside carnival from another time, where maidens don pinstripe stockings and pantaloons, click buckled shoes as they jitterbug with spry sailor gentleman ...

The Fiery Furnaces: Sheffield University

Live Review by Keith Cameron, MOJO, May 2004

The best blues-based US sibling duo since, oooh, Sparks bring some steel. ...

The Fiery Furnaces: Blueberry Boat

Review and Interview by Keith Cameron, MOJO, September 2004

The US sister-brother act who really are brother and sister decided it would be a good idea to make a prog-pop concept album. Crazy — ...

The Fiery Furnaces: ICA, London

Live Review by Sophie Heawood, The Guardian, 31 October 2005

GREAT GIGS, LIKE GREAT DRAMA, require an element of conflict, and The Fiery Furnaces have the advantage on that one: they are brother and sister. ...

The Fiery Furnaces: An Interview with Matthew Friedberger

Interview by Scotty Almany, ARC magazine, Spring 2005

AFTER GOING THEIR separate ways as young adults after supposedly, a less than congenial childhood, siblings Matthew and Eleanor Friedberger reunited in their hometown of ...

see also Eleanor Friedberger

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