New York – Today, Nate Ruess, the frontman of fun. and GRAMMY® Award-winning recording artist, has released a new single titled “AhHa,” from his highly anticipated debut solo record, Grand Romantic. The new song arrives today at all DSPs. You can listen the new track through the SoundCloud stream below! “AhHa” comes following the momentum of the multi-format hit
Some people were meant for the stage, and fun.’s vocalist Nate Ruess proved this statement on Friday night during the band’s first of three sold-out shows at L.A.’s iconic venue, The Wiltern. Though fun. is a relatively new band, releasing its debut album (Aim And Ignite) a mere three years ago, Ruess is no stranger
The boys of fun.–lead singer/songwriter Nate Ruess, Jack Antonoff, and Andrew Dost–are back with their second studio album, Some Nights, which drops today. As a long time Nate Ruess fan, from his Format days, I feel qualified and obligated to review this record. People who are just beginning to listen to fun. might be
*Stream the album in its entirety right now at http://anthonygreenschildren.com/stream-the-entire-album/ *The deluxe version features a collaboration with Nate Ruess of fun..
The first single from fun. from their upcoming album (not yet titled, due out next year) is officially here, and it’s pretty freaking cool. “We Are Young” features Janelle Monae ___. Download it here, listen below, or watch the video above. As for the music video…weird. In a nutshell (spoiler alert), a half-Asian Natalie Portman
Breaking news, Nate Ruess fans! Pop-rock trio fun. has a new album coming out next year and has recently released a video through Complex magazine previewing the currently untitled album. The video features the band in the studio with producer Jeff Bhasker (Alicia Keys, Kid Cudi), and gets you up close and personal with the
fun. At the strange hour of 6:30 pm, I headed over to The Wiltern in Los Angeles to see Funeral Party and Fun. open up for Panic! At the Disco. It was still light outside, and this confused me. Then I got to the venue and saw hoards of black-clad teens with unnaturally died hair
Sometimes the pursuit of good music – and I mean GOOD music means you have to be ready to fight for it. I’m not talking Jersey Shore style knock down drag out nonsense- I’m talking planning, scheming, and analyzing the fastest route to get from point A to desired musical destination. Last night’s battle to