The pop-punk foursome are sounding off about unsolicited dick pics and the dreaded “nice guy” mentality.
Home for many is in the heart, but home for this band is in Fairy Bones.
Apache Lake Music Festival will celebrate its 10th year of presenting a stellar cross-section of the Valley's most popular artists with two days of music and camping on Oct. 18 and 19.
“Chelsey has more angst in her little finger than most fellas can muster in their whole being.”
“It’s empowering to women to say, ‘Fuck that,’” says Louise. “That’s an option, and we can use it more often because beating a dead horse doesn’t work so well.”
Fairy Bones’ first release in 2019, “bullshit, ur a nice guy” is a sassy, in-your-face response to front woman Chelsey Louise’s frustrations with male entitlement — and it holds nothing back.
we're super excited to announce our partnership with music licensing firm MediaHorse! can't wait to hear our songs in weird places xoxo
Stagnation is death and Fairy Bones showed they are more than alive and kicking. They are kicking ass.
““I’m Fine” ends our sophomore album, “0% Fun”, and I wrote it about my ongoing struggles with psychiatrists and healthcare in general and it covers the topic from an emotional standpoint. All my life it’s been some kind of a diagnosis and then some kind of a pill for it.
Chelsey Louise didn’t stop her momentum for one second before psyching the crowd up with a powerful belted punk riff and equally enjoying the small stage-space with her bandmates.
Chelsey Louise is the fierce, fabulous vocalist (and guitarist) for the soon-to-be world famous band, Fairy Bones.
I decided to give this song to my good friend, Madison MacDonald, an extremely talented dancer who brings so much emotion to her performances. I was on the verge of tears while filming this video with the best all-female team I could ask for, RaySquared - Ray² Productions & Ashli Maria Scott. I knew they could capture the battle with anxiety and depression that this song deals with.
“The record is really about me coming to terms with the fact that I’m bipolar, and that doesn’t mean I’m insane,” front woman/guitarist Chelsey Louise, 27, says.
Fairy Bones' lead guitarist and backup vocalist Robert Ciuca is a pretty chill dude. But put him on stage with his band and he nothing short of a beast. He also really loves his dogs.
“F—k off, I’m tired of the bulls—t” was “VERY CATHARTIC” to sing at a camera, says Chelsey Louise.
No fun this morning on the show- Fairy Bones took over and we might have had a good time? You'll have to listen to the highlights to find out!
Marking this as the first time we’ve had one band on our show three times, Fairy Bones dropped by the Radio Phoenix studios with a fierce playlist and a few surprises.
Matthew Foos is the drummer for the legendary Phoenix band, Fairy Bones. Their new album, "0% Fun" as well as their previous ull length album, "Dramabot" are available everywhere now!
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.
Not that they were looking to cross over to the pop charts. But it wouldn’t kill them if it did.