Deux Furieuses are an Anglo/ Scottish agit punk duo "using sharpened words and thunderous music as their weapons to question these troubled times".

Debut album TRACKS OF WIRE produced by Rob Ellis (PJ Harvey) was self-released digitally on 20th May 2016. An unreleased track from the album session is featured on the forthcoming HOPE NOT HATE compilation album out 28th October 2016. Lacerating debut single 'Can We Talk About This?' was released in October 2014 followed by singles 'The Party of Shaitaan' and 'Are We Sexy Enough?' in 2015.

The band headlined the first CLIT ROCK fund raising benefit gig in support of Daughters of Eve who campaign against Female Genital Mutilation. A whirlwind week of tour dates in Russia in October 2014 resulted when two Russian music lovers stumbled into the Camden Barfly and invited deux furieuses to stay in their Moscow flat.

In September 2015 deux furieuses performed at The Coronet Theatre, London as part of QUEEREST OF THE QUEER, an all nighter mixing live punk bands, cabaret and drag queens. The band were Radio X X-Posure "Ones To Watch for 2016". Two singles were X-Posure Big Ones and John Kennedy asked the band to play The Remedy at Tooting Tram and Social, London as main support to Asylums in january 2016. This was followed by a 4 song One Night Stand X-Posure live session in April and an invite to play Radio X Presents X-Posure Live at The Lexington on 28th July 2016 for Asylums album launch.

Watch the video 'Dream For Change' below.