Who are The Firrenes?
The Firrenes (pronounced firreens, rhyming with "beans") are a melodic, song-based rock band from Edinburgh, Scotland, performing original material. The band's principal songwriter is Jules Reed (aka Julian Wagstaff), with additional contributions from Walt Cumming. The band's musical style is eclectic and varied, with influences ranging from 70's rock, Americana, blues and R&B through to indie, alt rock, art pop and classical.
The band's current lineup is: Vocals, guitar, keyboards, drums and bass.
...and currently guesting with us: Fiona Dabjen on alto sax and Luci Holland on vocals.
Latest News (April 2018)
The Firrenes are currently recording their first album at Chamber Studio in Edinburgh. The album will be released in November 2018. The band have recently released their "double A-side" single featuring the original songs 'Time and Place' and 'Destitution Row', also recorded at Chamber Studio and produced by Graeme Young. The Firrenes also recorded a live studio set (for video) on 10 July 2017. A selection of the resulting videos and audio tracks are now available on this website and on our YouTube channel.
Future PlansFollowing the success of our recent Edinburgh and Berlin shows (October 2017), The Firrenes are looking forward to completing our first album in May 2018, and to performing more widely within the UK. See the panel to the right for up-to-date gig information, which will be updated regularly.