The anti-Emo group Perfuma Set Debut
"Save Yrself" is the follow-up to their 2005 highly acclaimed EP "Humans are Dangerous". The album is a refined and atypical take on modern rock that has gained them their enduring fan base and has grown them from New Jersey anonymous to media darlings.
AMP Magazine wrote, "Perfuma are the latest pop-rock offering to come out of New Jersey. Quality Song writing with quality lyrics…"
Perfuma has toured the United States three times and have shared the stage with such names as Armor For Sleep, The Junior Varsity, TheSTART, and have even performed a full tour with Farwell. In addition to their touring,
Perfuma has played at two Bamboozle Festivals, the 2008 CMJ Festival, and the record release party for Sonic Youth's 2006 album "Rather Ripped".
Adam Bird and Eric Schnare formed Perfuma in the 2005 after meeting through another band Bird was involved with. With the goal of separating from the Emo sound that their fellow musicians were playing, the newly formed group employed their love of Sonic Youth, Elliott Smith, Smashing Pumpkins, and Fleetwood Mac. These influences have combined to create a sound that many have called "refreshing" and "different".
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