Monthly Archives: August 2019

Interview: The most Radicalist

"TMR talks to indie pop singer-songwriter Fergus. With his Three Of Swords EP having dropped recently, the unique indie pop Fergus produces is finally getting the attention it has deserved for a long time. His soaring vocal takes centre stage, but subtle textures and perfectly balanced musical layers create [...]

Review: Record of the Day

"Not Enough London-based singer-songwriter FERGUS shapes a rather beautifully evocative and melodramatic listen in his second EP, Three Of Swords. Having spent his formative years singing and touring professionally with choirs and playing the cello with orchestras, last year he released his first EP after a time away [...]

EP Premiere: Atwood Magazine

"The intimacy and immediacy of FERGUS' pained Three of Swords Sadness, anger, and pain turn from toxic emotions into cathartic unveilings in FERGUS’ second record, bursting forth from the British singer-songwriter in great, poignant, and stirring rays of song. Three of Swords finds FERGUS enveloped in dark emotions [...]

Review: Indie is Not A Genre

Fergus Drops Enigmatic New Single ‘Not Enough’ Haunting new song highlights beauty within darkness "After releasing successful EP Purple Road, Fergus is back with yet another single. Dark and endearing, Not Enough just might be the track that puts his next EP, Three of Swords, over the edge. [...]

Review: The Most Radicalist

FERGUS NOT ENOUGH "Not Enough’ is the final of three singles that Fergus has dropped in the weeks leading towards the release of his Three Of Swords EP, due on August 7th 2019. The tune builds up over the course of its three minutes, with the opening notes [...]

Premiere: HUNGER TV

"Directed by Jordan Rossi, the video and song takes us on a visceral journey through Fergus’ stream-of-consciousness." "Fergus’ music is all about embracing: the melancholia, the healing, the beauty, the serenity. Spending his formative years singing and touring with choirs, as well as playing cello with orchestras, he [...]