Supported by the Cultural Export Fund

November (2018) was an exciting month for Fuzzhoneys. A few days after launching their album ‘Love Juice’ at St Aloysius Theatre, they jetted off to the UK for an intense 10-day tour, performing at eight different venues in as many different cities. This project featured collaborative talents from within various artistic sectors: music, visual arts, set design and theatre. The debut album consists of eleven tracks, which were recorded between March and November 2017 at Temple Studios. The main artistic concept for the album revolves around equality and is a celebration of self-identity and love. 

Fuzzhoneys remark that this was a very positive experience, one where they got the opportunity to further collaborate with foreign acts and to reinforce their musical portfolio and strategic partner within the alternative music scene abroad. 

“The whole project experience served as a platform to help us reinforce collaboration and multidisciplinarity between both local and foreign artists and musicians. Expenses to organise an album launch and a tour are of a considerable amount so the funding we ultimately received was incredibly valuable to our project even though it did not cover all of our expenses.”

The duo were also featured on a UK radio show. You can listen to the interview here.