3 years after the release of Too, FIDLARreturns with their third studio album, titled Almost Free. The announcement arrives after singles “Too Real” and “Alcohol” were released earlier this year, and brings with it a new single, “Can’t You See,” which premiered globally with a first play on BBC by Annie Mac. Almost Free officially releases on January 25th.
FIDLAR kicked things off this year by releasing their weekend anthem, “Alcohol” and are now following that up with the second single of the year, “Too Real.” The explosive track from the band has them calling out the separated and fractured United States by touching on everything from politics, technology, and headline obsessed culture.
After a whirlwind week, FIDLAR took to Conan O'Brien's stage to remind us that, at the very least, punk rock is still alive and well. The quartet blasted through "West Coast," from their latest album Too. The performance is a refreshing dose of self-expression in a world which has been in desperate need of it.
After a World Premiere on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show, FIDLAR have unleashed their raucous cover of the Beastie Boys' classic "Sabotage." The cover is an homage to Beastie Boys' member, Adam 'MCA' Yauch, who passed away 4 years ago.
FIDLAR unleashed a surreal video for their hard-hitting anthem "Punks." The video is a collaboration with fellow DIY group, The Flaming Lips, and was filmed at The Flaming Lips' art space, "The Womb." In the clip, a young man navigates his way through a dystopian society in attempt to reach outer space. Watch the videobelow and be sure to catch FIDLAR on their newly announced Fall Tour. You can also listen to their new album Toonow.
Bonnaroo just rolled out the lineup for the 15th annual festival in Manchester, Tennessee. Mom+Pop artists Lucius and FIDLAR will be on the farm during the weekend of June 9-12 (exact schedule and set times tba).
Last night FIDLAR made their TV debut on Jimmy Kimmel live. They took to the stage and performed a killer two song set which included "West Coast" and "Why Generation." Both songs can be found on their recently released sophomore album "Too."