Their new album 'One Hundred Percent Suave' is out May 12. Come get a taster!
That up there is a new track from the wondrously ridiculous / brilliant Fat Goth. It's taken from their new album 'One Hundred Percent Suave', which is released everywhere on May 12.
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Speaking of the track, frontman Fraser Stewart has said: "'Class A' is a song about the dangers of an inflated ego and to a lesser extent society's obsession with celebrity. Fat Goth's lyrical content is usually abstract and open to interpretation but I felt it was important to make some sort of a comment upon everything Mark, Kevin and I had experienced since the release of 'Stud' last year and the celebratory storm that completely enveloped and changed our lives forever.
Finding one's self positioned in the centre of the media's glare may sound glamorous and highly desirable, but the life of a celebrity is not the perfect dream most would imagine. Our anonymity no longer exists and we can't go anywhere without having to give an autograph, putting up with the paparazzi or generally being hounded by hordes of sexually charged women and homosexual men alike. I don't want to sound ungrateful but it can be a serve pain in the arse at times.
Then again, heavy is the head that wears the crown and I'm just relieved the three of us are cool enough and perfectly capable of handling the pressure when so many others would instantly crumble if they found ourselves in our shoes."
'One Hundred Percent Suave' is out on May 12. Want to know what we made of it? Then pick up a copy of the new issue of Rock Sound for the full review.