Sour Fuzz

Sour Fuzz, the Rock powerhouse hailing from the untamed Pacific Northwest, emerges like a sonic tempest, channeling the spirit of legends such as Queens of the Stone Age, Nirvana, Mudhoney, and The White Stripes. With relentless determination, they’re carving a rebellious path through the Western USA, starting at their gritty hometown and igniting a fervent tribe of followers. Their ambitions reach far and wide, with plans to dominate the East Coast, Canada, and Europe in the near future.

Their debut single, “Wide Eyed,” erupted onto the scene, infiltrating the airwaves of KISW 99.9, Seattle’s Rock juggernaut, and infiltrating the underground airwaves of local college radios like KUGS. The track became a global anthem, captivating listeners worldwide. Riding this tidal wave of success, Sour Fuzz seized the attention of renegade podcasts like “Shut up & Listen” in Bellingham, WA, and “Rock the Catbox” in Seattle, WA, where they bared their souls, revealing the raw origins, cryptic song meanings, and outrageous tour sagas.

Fasten your seatbelts, as in September 2023, Sour Fuzz embarks on their “Wild West Coast Tour” alongside their partners in crime, Seattle’s rock renegades, Stetson Heat Seeker. They’re unleashing their second single, “How Does It Feel?” recorded at the heart of the storm in Starlight Studios, Seattle, WA, on September 15th. Brace yourselves for a wild ride through the searing heart of Rock ‘n’ Roll.

Sour Fuzz, the rock band renowned for their unique style, is fronted by a charismatic lead vocalist who exudes raw energy and an enthralling stage presence. With every performance, the lead singer captivates the audience, drawing them into the band’s world of sonic intensity.

Their music, epitomized by tracks such as “How Does It Feel,” is a masterful fusion of heavy, fuzz-laden guitar riffs and pulsating rhythms. The result is a visceral and infectious sonic experience that immerses listeners in a gritty yet irresistible musical journey. Sour Fuzz has an uncanny knack for crafting songs that strike a delicate balance between raw grit and haunting melody.

Lyrically, Sour Fuzz delves into themes of rebellion, desire, and the darker facets of life. Their lyrics resonate with listeners who seek music that explores the complexities of human emotions and experiences. Each song tells a story, inviting fans to connect on a profound level.

But where Sour Fuzz truly shines is on the stage. Their live performances, featuring crowd favorites like “How Does It Feel,” are a high-octane thrill ride. The band’s energy is infectious, and their chemistry on stage is palpable, leaving audiences hooked on their distinctive blend of rock and fuzz.

In a world of music where conformity often reigns, Sour Fuzz stands out as a beacon of authenticity, a band that fearlessly pushes the boundaries of their genre, leaving an indelible mark on anyone fortunate enough to experience their electrifying sound and unforgettable live shows.

Meet this incredible duo that delivers an electrifying sound guaranteed to leave you thoroughly impressed. Explore the links below for exclusive access to their music.

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Q: Do you follow a process or ritual before a performance to get rid of nerves or performance anxiety?

A: “Before each show we get the munchies and eat a whole bag of Chex Mix, have a nice cold beer, and maybe run the set all the way through in the green room. Vocal warm ups start in the van on the way to the show. We still get nerves before any show but they feel good, it wakes us up and gets the blood flowing. Honestly, the smaller shows are more nerve racking because its more intimate and people are really tuning in and listening as to the bigger show we’re the energy is so high that you could do anything and people are stoked lol” – Harold

Q: What’s the best piece of advice another musician ever gave you?

A: “R.I.F.F. (Remember It’s For Fun) it should be authentic and from the heart and try to not think to hard about it. Just make good music that you’d want to listen to.”Harold

Q: Are there any musicians who inspire you? What qualities do you admire about them?

A: “Jimi Hendrix, of course. He really lit the fire In me to start playing guitar. He’s just one of the greatest guitar players of all time. Simple as that.” – Harold

A: “And the Raconteurs songwriting really inspired ours, anything Jack White and Brendan Benson does is awesome.” – Justin

Q: Does the band have any hobbies or interests outside of music?

A: “Yeah, I really enjoy snowboarding. I just got into it about 3 years ago and fell in love with it immediately. I’ve tried skateboarding and surfing, which I enjoy doing both of those still but snowboarding just felt right. Plus, when you fall it doesn’t hurt as much lol” – Justin

Q: If you could go open a show for any artist who would it be?

A: “Ok, I have two answers for you on this one. If we are talking legendary bands I would say Foo Fighters. They have always been an inspiration for me. Plus, Taylor & Dave are my top two favorite drummers. And if we are talking about bands in our scene I would have to say Enumclaw, I saw them earlier this year in Bellingham and they rock.” – Justin

Q: Tell us about both your backgrounds if you would. And how did you guys end up coming together to start Sour Fuzz?

A: “We’ve been friends since high school (class of 2014). Back then we would just skateboard, go to parties and jam in the garage. We have been playing music together for about 10 years now in different bands and about 2 years ago (Nov of 2021) we formed Sour Fuzz and started writing songs as a 2 piece. You cant go wrong with just Drums and Guitar, so many of our favorite bands are 2 pieces (The Blue Stones, Reignwolf, The White Stripes, Hockey Dad) so it just felt right to be a duo. Right out the gate we were playing shows in Bellingham and Seattle and making our mark in the rock scene. There are so many amazing bands here in Washington, they made us feel right at home. Once we were comfortable with our sound we finally got in the studio (Starlight Studio in Seattle) in March of 2023 and began our recording process, you can hear our first 2 singles on all streaming platforms (Wide Eyed – How Does It Feel?) And we have more on the way, stay tuned! Our name Sour Fuzz is just to best describe the sound we are going for. Just a gritty fuzzy tone and breakdowns that make your face scrunch up like when you eat something Sour.”

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