Fudge. are a young band from Leeds with confidence, attitude and an edge of danger. They possess an ability to write songs that will hit you like a hammer to the guts and the same can be said for their live shows. They are fostering a reputation for wild and breathless live performances and, yes, the full stop does matter.
Following their debut release earlier this year, their second single, 'Not A Threat, Just A Warning, will be released on 22 February 2019 and launched with a headline show at The Lending Rooms, Leeds on the same day.
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CAM | vocals: “'Not A Threat, Just A Warning' sends a message to the individuals that do not understand the outlook that Fudge. possess; it credits those on board and articulates frustration with passers by being little pussy bois. It’s for them mother fucking Gs who wanna feel like they’re going somewhere whatever’s going down with the shitty world.”
OTTO | guitar: “We wrote this song to have the kind of vibe that would rile someone up and put them in the mood to take on the world. To do something with their lives. It’s a little dig at people who don’t think for themselves; the people who are drip-fed content by mainstream media and seldom choose to look beyond that. It’s a nod to the fact that the entire world is fucking bored of people reproducing the same bullshit that they have been for years and it’s time to change that.”
JOSH | bass: “To me, this song symbolises how far the band has come this past year, gaining strength and really finding its feet. It represents everything that the band stands for: energy; attitude; not taking life too seriously; and it really sets the tone for the coming year.”
ANGUS | drums: “'Not A Threat, Just a Warning' has much more to it than the initial punch in the face. It’s more sophisticated in the way it delivers its energy, addressing a familiar feeling of vexation and instantly providing a way of releasing pent-up anger. Calling out the ‘half-arsers’ and the ‘lacklustres’, this song takes no shit from anyone and gives us three minutes of freedom from the constraints of everyday frustrations. I see this song as more of an outlet than something to be consumed; an outlet of emotion and passion that everyone possesses.”