Fitz & The Tantrums Release First Single “Breakin’ The Chains Of Love” On RCRD LBL

Debut EP Songs For A Break-Up Vol.1 Out Aug 11th On Future Sounds


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“I like this a lot for very obvious reasons…it’s Dope! It might be song of the
week, actually.” Mark Ronson
5 Acts Blog

“A supercool Motown-style combo in the Mark Ronson/Sharon Jones/mid-period-ABC vein…imagine if Amy Winehouse was blonde, male, and sane, and that’s Fitz”  Yahoo! Music

“Rare Soul mixed with indie that hits you right in the gut and raises you to a new level” FMLY Blog

“They’re one part old, forgotten  soul, one  part Nuggets, style garage rock, along with a dash of early  “She’s Gone” era Hall & Oates. Fitz’s voice has elements of Jack White along with echoes of dozens of forgotten one shot hit  makers of 70’s AM gold, and  he rarely fails to  delight.” A Deeper Shade of Soul

“A soulful voice with infectious songs, Fitz’s music makes you wanna’ grab a tambourine and dance.” Pasadena Magazine

  It all started with a phone call. The X. Best to let voicemail pick that one up! YOU HAVE 1 NEW MESSAGE: “Hey, sorry to call but my neighbor has got to leave L.A in a hurry, he’s selling everything  including this old church organ for 50 bucks. Do you want it?” This was worth the pain of calling  the heartbreaker. “He’s got someone coming later today to  see it, I don’t know what kind it is, if  it works…it’s  gigantic “Pay him, pay him now! Put the 50 dollars  in his  hand!”.  “Okay but the landlord says it has to be out of the basement tonight”. 13 phone calls to piano  movers and 50 dollars later four guys were trying to fit  this thing through the front door. That was the beginning. “Breakin’ the Chains of Love” was written that  night and the inspiration for the record was  born. All the pain of splitting with someone poured out into this 5 song EP of  1960’s inspired Soul music. SONGS FOR A  BREAK-UP VOL.1 was  recorded entirely in Fitz’s living  room, using one crappy old mic. The songs are influenced by ’67 AM radio, Motown and early Hall  and Oates records. Fitz was born in France and moved to L.A. as a child. This half French, half Irish kid fended off the California rays with a lot of sunscreen to emerge as an artist with a vision. A soulful voice with infectious songs, Fitz’s music makes you wanna’ grab a tambourine and dance.

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