The Fats Steps Out With First Full-Length Project, “Rock & Roll Fantasy.”
Three-piece rock band, The Fats released their 9-track project titled “Rock & Roll Fantasy” on July 4th. All tracks were engineered and mixed at The Sound Module and mastered at Ryan Morey Audio Mastering, perfectly capturing the essence of rock & roll. This project depicts the band’s attempt to splurge a little bit by talking about indulgence, sex, and illicit stimulants around them. “Rock & Roll Fantasy” is a product of a remarkable collaboration with other outstanding creatives, specifically Steve Creep, Sam Fortin, and Conor Antenucci. The album also includes cover versions of the songs “Big Boss Man” and “Walkin’ the Dog,” both of which were popularized in the 1960s by well-known American blues performers Jimmy Reed and Rufus Thomas, respectively. The album embraces the fundamental rock aspects while also including a brilliant blend of guitar and blues, making it the perfect combination of these musical genres.
The Fats was founded in 2018 in Montreal, Quebec. The band is comprised of vocalist/guitarist James Chiha, guitarist Alex Kotsornithis, and bassist Brandon Benwell (drums). They made their debut in the streaming music industry in 2019 with the release of the song “Dirty Shirley.”
“Rock & Roll Fantasy” is now available on all major streaming platforms, including Apple and Spotify. If you want to stay up to date with the band, follow them on Instagram @thefatsofficial. Contact the Fats at firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations and all other inquiries.