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BoHo Sheep - 2007

Journey of the Fool: Chapter 1 - 2010

Emissary remix with DJ Atomic: January 2009



Originally created as a studio project, Fyrefly’s debut album ‘Boho Sheep’ fell into the hands of those hungry for original British rock music. Fyrefly’s captivating melodies and thought provoking lyrics captured the attention of hardened music lovers and the band was persuaded to make their debut live performance at the Triangle Festival in the UK in 2007.

Despite having recorded ‘Boho Sheep’ in a converted garage studio, an acoustic sound and very raw production, the album’s reputation gained momentum as did the band’s live performance and Fyrefly found themselves becoming less of a studio project and put themselves on the gigging and festival circuit. The acoustic sound which they had created on ‘Boho Sheep’ needed some ignition and so after some experimentation, they drafted in a bass player and played their first electric set at the Rhythms of the World Festival...this was still in 2007...this band works hard!

The result and subsequent response from those watching their performance was in itself electric – a resounding ‘yes’ from the audience of the PortmillStage confirmed Fyrefly as a major contender in the dog eat dog world of live performance. Support band slots and secondary stages soon had to make way for the band, with headlining gigs and main stage performances being offered by festivals. Fyrefly had very quickly made their mark on the circuit.

Four No. 1’s on the IAC Chart in the USA with ‘Stain’, ‘Prime Dream’, ‘Jus’ Lookin’ and ‘Never Over’ having beaten the likes of Pete Townsend and Juliette and the Licks to the top spot, their songs continue to have ‘playing power’ with over 25,000 plays per month and rising – not bad for a band without major label backing.

With favourable and flattering comparisons to Led Zeppelin (see quotes), mentions of Patti Smith, Bowie, Small Faces, Garbage and Portishead for vocals and lyrics, it’s true to say that Fyrefly draw from many influences. Their agenda is merely to write to the best of their ability, to send the listener on a journey, to provoke and give quality and value – they’re not out to short-change anyone.

With an ever increasing fan base not only in the UK but with huge support in the USA and Australia, various BBC Radio Live Studio Sessions, the rapidly filling festival Calendar, Fyrefly have still found time to write and record new material but this time, no untouched CD’s - just fully rounded, polished off, full electric, fully charged and fully loaded.