The soulful and funky indie-pop stars behind “The Walker” and “Out of My League” get crowds dancing with an invigorated live performance
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Band to Watch: what Rolling Stone labeled Fitz & The Tantrums as its breakthrough debut album Pickin’ Up the Pieces hit No. 1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart
“We’re way ahead of you, Rolling Stone”: an alleged reaction by the legion of fans the band has accumulated through relentless touring — including a stint with Maroon 5 — countless TV appearances, and heaps of critical acclaim and deserved buzz
The sound: whistles, ecstatic beats, horns, soulful vocals, and ready-made party anthems such as the No. 1 singles “Out of My League” and “The Walker” that feel like James Brown headlining Lollapalooza
Speaking of Brown:Vogue Daily says, “Not only do L.A.—based six-piece Fitz and the Tantrums share James Brown’s penchant for snazzy-dressed brass bands and feel-good retro ballads, they also have the late godfather of soul’s tireless work ethic”
Phantogram: This New-York-based electro rock duo is best known for their hit “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore” off of their album Three and has previously toured with bands such as Metric, Minus the Bear, the xx, and more.
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