American musician Ezra Furman's music is pure rock ’n’ roll with punk origins. It's raw and heartbreaking, without pretension in its literal or abstract references, and it offers up fun with a touch of chaos. In 2006, he became the frontman for The Harpoons. After working with The Harpoons for five years, he decided to fly solo, and released two albums in less than a year, 'The Year of No Returning' and 'Day of the Dog', full of intensity and the nerve to explore mortality and depression. Now he presents his latest album, 'Perpetual Motion People' (2015), his debut with the prestigious label Bella Union.