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Fairy Bones is the drama you’re missing in your life.
Blending pop sensibilities with the reckless abandon of Soap Operas, this “alt/rock/pop” quartet has been asking audiences everywhere to not notice the strikingly scary similarities between their personal lives and Fleetwood Mac.
It’s 2019: Fairy Bones knows better than to hide their clusterfuck of a life.
Fairy Bones uses a new approach to being the punk rock underdogs of the social media age. This is brilliantly displayed in their off-beat content such as their fake Superbowl ad, Halloween skits, and even a complete Mockumentary. Every aspect of Fairy Bones is DIY: their music videos, marketing, independent tour booking, style, and imagery.
They have spent 6 years of lighting up the stage as support for acts like Highly Suspect (direct support on 2016 Southwest tour), Starcrawler, Vundabar, The Dollyrots, The Darts, St Lucia, Marcy Playground, Fuel, Mother Mother, Rozwell Kid, and KONGOS.
Their sophomore album, “0% Fun” (2018), was praised by the press and their singles, “No One Can Suffer Like I Can”, “8 Ball”, and “Killing Me” landed airtime on ALT AZ 93.3 and Sirius XM.
NPR said “0% Fun”, "showcases the band's ability to write catchy ear-worms driven by the unapologetic spirit and vocals of Chelsey Louise” while Java Magazine hailed it as "unsettling, beautiful, and powerful all at once." Impose popped in to declare it “energetic and vibrant.”
Fairy Bones released 0% Fun on February 23, 2018 and it’s available now wherever music is sold. Fairy Bones will be releasing singles with music videos every other month in 2019. Catch them touring nationally throughout 2019.
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“Energetic and vibrant.” - Impose Magazine
"The record showcases the band’s ability to write catchy ear-worms driven by the unapologetic spirit and vocals of Chelsey Louise." - NPR
"15 Songs You Need To Hear This Week” - Alternative Press
"It’s unsettling, beautiful and powerful all at once." - Java Magazine
“Fairy Bones added to national tour after opening sold-out Crescent Ballroom show” - The Arizona Republic
"Four-piece art/glam/rock monster. Few rock voices today can compare, of any gender." - Paste Magazine
"With talent, hustle, and willingness to experiment, Fairy Bones could be on the verge of making a bigger splash in 2018. " - Phoenix New Times
"Fairy Bones has nowhere to go but up." - Phoenix New Times, Awarded "Best Local Band"
“From Alice Cooper to the Gin Blossoms and Jimmy Eat World to Nate Reuss of fun, Arizona’s “local music” has a funny habit of becoming globally huge. You might want to keep that in mind while listening to Fairy Bones’ glorious full-length debut, Dramabot.” - Echo Magazine
“10 Best Things I Heard in Phoenix in 2013” & “10 Best Things I Heard in Phoenix in 2014” - Phoenix New Times
0% FUN STREAMING
Released everywhere February 23, 2018.