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Watch Fitz & The Tantrums perform “Out Of My League” on Late Night with Conan O’Brien (playing the Electric Factory 11/1)

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Days before kicking off their co-headlining tour with Capital Cities, neo-soul rockers Fitz & The Tantrums, brought their signature spunk to Conan’s stage Wednesday night. The band delivered an excellent rendition of “Out Of My League”, the lead single from their latest album More than Just a Dream, which was released in May. Michael Fitzpatrick’s vocals are even more impressive live and co-lead singer Noelle Scaggs’s charismatic stage presence is quite a sight to behold. Witness the magic below.

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The Week So Far: 12 must-read stories on The Key (incl. Our Griffins, Made in America Festival, Kate Faust)

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Our Griffins‘ Michael Boyd LP is the focus of this week’s Unlocked series [link]

XPN Morning Show host Michaela Majoun highlights the best Fall arts events with her 30 Days of Philly Arts daily feature [link]

Watch Younger Me‘s warpy summer video for “Swimming Pool” [link]

This year’s 215 Festival is set for Oct. 17-20, with a preview night to be held at Port Richmond Books on Sep. 13 [link]

Christopher Paul Stelling stopped by for a Folkadelphia Session [link]

Get to know Ohio’s The Sidekicks, summer tourmates of Hop Along and masters of punk disguise [link]

Revisit this week’s Key Studio Session with musical chameleon Kate Faust [link]

Fitz and the Tantrums announce new Philly show at the Electric Factory on 11/1 [link]

New England’s Magic Man premiered a new song called “Every Day” off of their upcoming You Are Here EP [link]

Get a full recap of Labor Day Weekend’s Made in America Festival with videos, photos and reviews [link]

Listen to XPN’s Gotta Hear Song of the Week, “The It-Switch” by Johnny Marr [link]

Get a free download of Luray‘s “The Wilder” off of the singer-songwriter’s debut LP [link]

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Just Announced: Fitz and the Tantrums and Capital Cities playing the Electric Factory 11/1

FitzandtheTantrumsOn the heels of a lively Made In America set Sunday, pop/soul-outfit Fitz and the Tantrums, whose sophomore full-length More Than Just a Dream came out earlier this year, have just announced that they’ll be stopping in Philly this fall alongside indie-pop duo Capital Cities. The co-headlining bill is scheduled for November 1st at the Electric Factory with Beat Club opening. Tickets will go on sale this Friday, September 7th at noon. More info can be found here and check out the More Than Just a Dream track “Out Of My League”, below.

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Stream the new Fitz and The Tantrums album, More Than Just A Dream, via Hype Machine (playing Made In America)

FitzandtheTantrums We’re about week away from the release of the new Fitz and The Tantrums album, More Than Just A Dream (out on May 7), but you can listen to it now in its entirety at the The Hype Machine. Stream it here. The band will be in town opening for Bruno Mars on June 24th at the Wells Fargo Center and back in town for Made In America over Labor Day Weekend.

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Listen to a new Fitz and The Tantrums song, “6AM” (opening for Bruno Mars at Wells Fargo Center on June 24 and playing Made In America)

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Fitz and The Tantrums release their new album, More Than Just A Dream, on May 7th. Recently the band came in to WXPN to record a session for an upcoming World Cafe. They’ll be in town opening for Bruno Mars at the Wells Fargo Center on Monday, June 24th. They are also playing Made In America over Labor Day Weekend. Below, listen to a new song, “6AM.”

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Bruno Mars, Fitz and The Tantrums playing Wells Fargo Center on June 24th

Photo by James Mooney
Photo by James Mooney
Bruno Mars is playing the Wells Fargo Center with Fitz & The Tantrums (yes, Fitz & The Tantrums) on Monday, June 24th. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 1 at 10am; go here for more ticket information. Fitz and The Tantrums release its new album, More Than Just A Dream is being released on May 7th. Mars, fresh off his incredible performance on the Grammy Awards, released the excellent, hit song filled Unorthodox Jukebox last December.