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Bad Fathers

Bad Fathers

Bad Fathers


Sex Defender, the new album by Bad Fathers, is the perfect soundtrack for the best parties in town. It combines humor, lust, fun and the occasional insight with equal parts - catchy pop, alternative/punk rock, and hip hop. The album is the latest in the band's evolving tour of new sonic landscapes, evoking imagery as diverse as the dusty American southwest, the rural south, the era of doo wop, hedonistic heavy metal, and the grandness of California. Read more on Last.fm
Sex Defender, the new album by Bad Fathers, is the perfect soundtrack for the best parties in town. It combines humor, lust, fun and the occasional insight with equal parts - catchy pop, alternative/punk rock, and hip hop. The album is the latest in the band's evolving tour of new sonic landscapes, evoking imagery as diverse as the dusty American southwest, the rural south, the era of doo wop, hedonistic heavy metal, and the grandness of California. Based in Los Angeles, the band consists of vocalists Juan Hooks and Austin Galante, guitarist/producer Jeff Ryon, bassist Jeremiah Waylon, and drummer Ryan Turi. Bad Fathers' wild live shows, occasionally wearing only loincloths, have been described as "spazzed out punk rap" by MTV. Formed by Hooks, Galante, and Ryon in Iowa City, Iowa around 2002, the band's name was inspired by the moment of clarity Jim Carreie's character experiences in the movie "Liar, Liar" when confronting his failures in parenting. In a nutshell, he admits to himself that he has made a big mess of things. Hilarious nightlife antics and crazy drunken adventures came to be referred to among the members as "Bad Fathering" and the games intensified rapidly. Friends and fans of the band came to be known as 'Victims" Along the way, through years of mayhem, and hard partying Bad Fathers have -Released 3 independent - full length - self produced albums, -Toured the country, including 21 dates on Vans Warped Tour, -Released a song with Cee-Lo Green of Gnarles Barkley (Bragging Rights), -Appeared on national television (Fuse Television's "Tattoo Stories" and "Warped Tour Wrap Up") -Placed the song "Guess What Daddy Wants" in the 2008 MGM film "College," -Charted on numerous college radio charts including Record Breakers, Rapattacklives.com, and Insomniac, -Placed the song "Hurting" in Ronnie Romero's latest wakeboarding movie UPDOG. Read more on Last.fm.

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