Baggy$$
by Fcukers

— Released 6th September 2024 on Technicolour

“fuck no, homie don’t shake” — from the opening lines of their new single, “Homie Don’t Shake”, there’s no mistaking the irreverent musings of Fcukers’ Shanny Wise. Delivered over a groove-heavy bassline punctuated by distorted guitar riffs courtesy of producer, bassist and keys player Jackson Walker Lewis, and backed by bouncy, peak-time percussion from drummer Ben Scharf — it’s a perfect encapsulation of the sound the much-hyped trio have been cultivating for the past ...

“fuck no, homie don’t shake” — from the opening lines of their new single, “Homie Don’t Shake”, there’s no mistaking the irreverent musings of Fcukers’ Shanny Wise. Delivered over a groove-heavy bassline punctuated by distorted guitar riffs courtesy of producer, bassist and keys player Jackson Walker Lewis, and backed by bouncy, peak-time percussion from drummer Ben Scharf — it’s a perfect encapsulation of the sound the much-hyped trio have been cultivating for the past year and half.

Instantly recognisable to anyone who has attended a Fcukers live show show in recent times the single comes with the announcement of their forthcoming debut EP, ‘Baggy$$’ — set for release on Ninja Tune’s Technicolour imprint on September 6th — and follows a whirlwind 18 months for the band in which they have carved out a fierce and growing reputation as one of the most exciting acts operating out of NYC.

Across six-tracks that also span high-energy, 90’s-inspired dance & electronics of previous single “Bon Bon” — which saw support from the likes of NYLON, NME, Stereogum, So Young, Brooklyn Vegan, Marg.mp3, Perfectly Imperfect and many more — through electro-tinged rumblings of “Tommy”, and the decidedly sultry and downtempo “I Don’t Wanna”, the band follow-through on the promise shown on their previously self-released singles: “Mothers” and “Devils Cut” (and a choice remix of the James Murphy-featuring single "Los Angeles") to deliver one of this year’s standout debuts. 

Baggy$$
by Fcukers

— Released 6th September 2024 on Technicolour

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Tracklist

  • MP3
  • 16-bit WAV
  1. 1
    Bon Bon
  2. 2
    Never Give Your Heart
  3. 3
    Homie Don’t Shake
  4. 4
    UMPA
  5. 5
    I Don’t Wanna
  6. 6
    Tommy
  7.  
    Play All (2)
  1. 1
    Bon Bon
  2. 2
    Never Give Your Heart
  3. 3
    Homie Don’t Shake
  4. 4
    UMPA
  5. 5
    I Don’t Wanna
  6. 6
    Tommy
  7.  
    Play All (2)

“fuck no, homie don’t shake” — from the opening lines of their new single, “Homie Don’t Shake”, there’s no mistaking the irreverent musings of Fcukers’ Shanny Wise. Delivered over a groove-heavy bassline punctuated by distorted guitar riffs courtesy of producer, bassist and keys player Jackson Walker Lewis, and backed by bouncy, peak-time percussion from drummer Ben Scharf — it’s a perfect encapsulation of the sound the much-hyped trio have been cultivating for the past ...

“fuck no, homie don’t shake” — from the opening lines of their new single, “Homie Don’t Shake”, there’s no mistaking the irreverent musings of Fcukers’ Shanny Wise. Delivered over a groove-heavy bassline punctuated by distorted guitar riffs courtesy of producer, bassist and keys player Jackson Walker Lewis, and backed by bouncy, peak-time percussion from drummer Ben Scharf — it’s a perfect encapsulation of the sound the much-hyped trio have been cultivating for the past year and half.

Instantly recognisable to anyone who has attended a Fcukers live show show in recent times the single comes with the announcement of their forthcoming debut EP, ‘Baggy$$’ — set for release on Ninja Tune’s Technicolour imprint on September 6th — and follows a whirlwind 18 months for the band in which they have carved out a fierce and growing reputation as one of the most exciting acts operating out of NYC.

Across six-tracks that also span high-energy, 90’s-inspired dance & electronics of previous single “Bon Bon” — which saw support from the likes of NYLON, NME, Stereogum, So Young, Brooklyn Vegan, Marg.mp3, Perfectly Imperfect and many more — through electro-tinged rumblings of “Tommy”, and the decidedly sultry and downtempo “I Don’t Wanna”, the band follow-through on the promise shown on their previously self-released singles: “Mothers” and “Devils Cut” (and a choice remix of the James Murphy-featuring single "Los Angeles") to deliver one of this year’s standout debuts.