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FAT BOTTOMED BOYS

WE REVIEW THE NEW ALBUM FROM FAT BOTTOMED BOYS – HATERS GONNA HATE

Hailing fro Lille, France, the Fat Bottomed Boys emerge with their latest musical opus, “Haters Gonna Hate.” This album, a spirited fusion of 80s rock influences and retro guitar pop, embodies the band’s diverse musical palette and inventive spirit. Here’s a detailed exploration of each track, including the newly revealed song:

Haters Gonna Hate: The title track opens with an anthemic declaration of confidence and resilience. “Haters Gonna Hate” sets the tone with infectious energy, catchy hooks, and unyielding determination. The track is a bold introduction, asserting the band’s unapologetic attitude from the get-go.

Rock Of Ages: pays homage to the glory days of rock, blending bold guitar riffs with an electrifying energy. It’s a head-banging anthem that captures the essence of classic rock while infusing it with modern zeal. The track stands as a testament to the band’s instrumental prowess and passion for the genre.

I’m Not The One: Slowing the tempo, “I’m Not The One” delves into introspection, Its dreamy instrumentation and heartfelt lyrics create a captivating atmosphere, showcasing the band’s ability to balance intensity with introspection, adding depth to their musical repertoire.

It Girl: injects a dose of fun and flirtation into the album. This pop-infused gem combines catchy melodies with playful lyrics, resulting offering some Mick Jagger vibes. Its retro pop sensibilities merge seamlessly with the band’s rock roots, making it a standout, feel-good tune.

Get Away (feat. Secret Garden and the Dusty Man): Explores diverse musical avenues through collaborations, featuring Secret Garden and the Dusty Man. The track weaves soulful vocals and electronic elements into the band’s rock framework, creating a rich and dynamic soundscape. This collaboration highlights the band’s willingness to experiment and innovate.

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You Want It: Returning to their rock roots, “You Want It” explodes with fierce guitar riffs and a powerful rhythm section. The track exudes confidence and attitude, showcasing the band’s synergy and commanding presence. Its rebellious spirit adds a raw, energetic edge to the album.

I Don’t Care (Dedicated to…): “I Don’t Care” takes a quirky turn, This steamboat party-style track adds another string to the bow and is a nice break leading us into the final few tracks.

Moonlight Serenade: Introduces a touch of nostalgia, painting a sonic picture of longing and introspection. This track goes a bit “queen” and adds a layer of complexity, It’s lovely.

La La La Is an exuberant note, “La La La” is a playful and infectious tune. leaving listeners with a sense of joy and excitement.

Feeling Happy: The the big finale, “Feeling Happy,” concludes the album with an uplifting, celebratory vibe. It’s infectious and fun This final track leaves listeners with a sense of euphoria, rounding off the album on a high note.

In summary, Fat Bottomed Boys’ “Haters Gonna Hate” is a diverse and captivating musical odyssey. From anthemic rock to introspective ballads and infectious pop-infused tracks, the album offers a rich tapestry of sounds and emotions. I can hear The Struts, The Stones, Queen all mixed up in there. While there’s room for refinement, the band’s passion, talent, and willingness to experiment make this album a compelling chapter in their musical journey.

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