Our buddy, Billy Skelly, is raising money to help out Rock n’ Roll Camp for Girls LA and his magazine, 99% Magazine. You can purchase a shirt with this sweet graphic featuring Poli and Jen, the ladies of Bad Cop/Bad Cop, Brenna of The Last Gang and the boss lady herself, Erin “E Daggers” Burkett! The fundraiser is only up for 14 days, so get them while you can! Click HERE to get yours!
Hittin the old dusty again to round out the year with this frothy lineup! Check our tour dates tab for show info at tickets.
More tour dates announced!!! Heading out with Russian Girlfriends before meeting up with Red City Radio
We’re playing Canada for the first time! Full Pouzza Fest Lineup has been announced and we’re heading up there with our pals, Red City Radio and Russian Girlfriends! We have a few other Canada dates while we’re at it. Head to our Tour Dates section for more info.
We’re stoked to announce our tour with Red City Radio and Russian Girlfriends. Head to our Tour Dates section for tickets and info!
Our debut full-length, Fear of Missing Out, is now available! Head to Bandcamp, Spotify, or Apple Music to listen to the entire album. Then, snag your copy here! Read a stellar review or two, then dive into an interview with co-frontwomen Jen and Poli, who give the rundown on how they arrived at FAT. Finally check out our newest music video for CA in July!
The Bombpops shouldn’t be strangers to anyone frequenting our bands’ shows in California and beyond over the last half dozen years. With Teenage Bottlerocket and Swingin’ Utters tours under their belts – as well as opening slots with NOFX, Anti-Flag and countless others – The Bombpops have proven themselves, so we’re stoked to welcome them to the FAT family…most of whom they already know! Stepping up their intensity and songwriting chops, while retaining the fun, positive energy of their pop-punk meets So-Cal skate-punk vibe, The Bombpops recently completed work on their first full-length album, Fear of Missing Out. As focused and finely honed a debut album as you’ll ever hear, there was no way we could pass up the opportunity to release it. Here’s what Fat Mike had to say about the signing: “I heard the Bombpops, saw ’em live, and thought they were pretty cool peeps, but no way was I gonna sign ’em. A couple years go by, and they send me this new record… and it’s fucking good. So I signed ’em. I guess bands can get better… NOFX certainly did.”