It’s unsettling, beautiful and powerful all at once.
Local alternative rock band Fairy Bones doesn’t pull any punches. Upbeat and rebellious, the group is full steam ahead with a brand new album 0% Fun. A mix of art rock, theatrical performance, and pop punk, the record showcases the band’s ability to write catchy ear-worms driven by the unapologetic spirit and vocals of Chelsey Louise.
We tagged along with the band before the show for a trip to Guitar Center, hung out with them at their Tempe house, and caught them on and offstage
The new album by Phoenix alternative hard rock band, Fairy Bones, may be called 0% Fun, but don’t be fooled by the title. In fact, the 9 songs on this record are upbeat, bouncy, and a very fun listen, full of catchy riffs and hooks guaranteed to stick in the listener’s head.
“If you didn’t like our last record, you’ll probably like this one,” Louise says. “It’s very, very different, so don’t judge us on the first one. We’re not the same band. Give us a second chance.”
This band is high energy, delightfully eccentric, and I am supremely psyched to review their new full album ‘0% Fun’!
The band’s grungy glam style finds just the right mix of alt-pop to serve up alongside the sardonic lyrics.
Arizona-based alternative quartet Fairy Bones have released a fast-paced music video for their latest single "No One Can Suffer Like I Can,” taken from their album due out later this year.
A fast paced song calls for an energetic and vibrant video, playing with different times of day while escaping into the desert.