"Yeah, this tour is presenting something I've never done before," said Furler during a recent telephone interview. "It's going to be a three-hour show -- I'm singing and playing guitar with my band and then playing drums with
"Steve's show will be really high-energy stuff -- I don't even think there's a ballad in there where I can catch my breath on drums," he said while laughing again. "I'm really excited to play with Steve."
Furler and Taylor have collaborated in the past on music by Furler's previous band, Newsboys, as well as Furler's first solo CD, 2011's "On Fire." Furler's association with
"I told Steve that if we continue with some of the songs we've written -- we both had a bunch of material -- then I'm in," Furler said. "I told Steve, 'If you sing these songs, then I'll play drums on them.' That's how The Perfect Foil started."
Taylor also produced
"My set at
Furler called his return to
"I've been wanting to do
Taylor said his set will include selections from his work in film scores, as well as material from The Perfect Foil's upcoming, yet-to-be-named CD.
"We're still working on the new album and we hope it comes out this year," he said. "There's more of a rock influence on the new album, because the four of us bash things out until we have something we like. It's a lot of fun."
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