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“It’s been amazing that people want to celebrate that these records are 20 years old!”


God! Show Me Magic. Something For The Weekend. Hometown Unicorn. If You Don’t Want Me To Destroy You. Mountain People. Play It Cool.


to them. Now you’ve got the chance to hear Fuzzy Logic and Radiator played in their entirety for the first time ever at the LCR. Tey’ve also just reissued Fuzzy Logic plus a brand new anthology, Zoom!. Te SFA bus has had a rest, a service and is coming back out on the road so I had a chat with lead singer Gruff Rhys about what prompted this celebration of their early music, how they decided what to put on the best of and whether our hopes for a new album are founded or not.


T 12 / December 2016/outlineonline.co.uk


hese are some of the oddest, loveliest, catchiest, most intriguingly unique songs to have come out of the 90’s, and they’re all off the first two albums by the Super Furry Animals. You’ve danced to them down the Waterfront. You’ve played them in your car. You’ve got together and broken up with people


So you’ve just come back from playing Mexico City for the first time ever and are about to set out on a UK tour. How’s it feeling at the moment? It’s been fun. It’s been something we’ve spent most of the last 10 years doing so it’s quite normal for us to be together doing these things. It always feels good and we feel very fortunate to be able to do it! Te recent reissue of your debut album Fuzzy Logic was a fascinating look into the evolution of those songs from rough demos into the ones we know and love today. What was the impetus that brought you back to that album now? It was a convergence of many things happening. We were hoping to be able to do it but we couldn’t figure out who actually owned the album because the rights are so complicated. We released it


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