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Not so long ago, in the heart of a particularly fat jam session, two grown choir boys decided to create a funknroll band. When they found a Swedish American, vegan bass player with a secret handshake, the journey began. Along the way, they picked up a rowdy, trumpet wielding brother, a fierce keyboard sorceress, and a pair of lifelong groove specialists. For three fateful years, the Fatties have wandered many sonic lands, sharing their learnings and light with the good people of the Bay and beyond.

In 2017, the band took a first shot at capturing their “burning live spirit” (Dave Watts, The Motet) with debut record, “where are you” - a brazen rampage through the wildly colorful and chaotic range of life. In 2018, More Fatter teamed up with Grammy winning producer, Michael Starita (Childish Gambino, A Tribe Called Quest, Phife Dawg, Third Eye Blind, Michael Franti & Spearhead) and audio engineer Jamieson Durr (Sammy Hagar, Chickenfoot, Joe Satriani), to coax two new singles into being.

More Fatter has big plans for 2019, with a single dropping in January and two EP’s coming out soon, as well as a rapidly growing itch to pack up their sounds and hit the ol’ dusty trail around the US. Stay tuned folks, lovin is livin! The band is Tommy Economou, Mark Fedronic, Theo Fedronic, Christina Galisatus, Justin Palaad, and Anthony Puducay.

Venues Played

  • Great American Music Hall (San Francisco)
  • Cornerstone (Berkeley)
  • The Independent (San Francisco)
  • Slim’s (San Francisco)
  • Rickshaw Stop (San Francisco)
  • Boom Boom Room (San Francisco)
  • Starry Plough (Berkeley)
  • Caravan (San Jose)
  • Desmond’s Tavern (New York)
  • Club Fox (Redwood City)


“In a world full of heavy, electronic dance tracks, it can be refreshing to turn to something that sounds more organic but doesn’t compromise any of the fun.”
– Walker Spence, The Bay Bridged

“These guys brought a burning energy and I’m sure they’ll be turning heads. You won’t want to miss it.”
– Dave Watts, The Motet

“More Fatter’s cast of players is perhaps even more unique than it’s groove-infected sound, which is sure to snap anyone out of the winter solstice blues.”
– The Editors, Scenes Media


★ The Deli Magazine Emerging Artist of the Month Winner

★ New Single ‘Yeah You’ featured on Spotify’s Discover Weekly and Release Radar, reaching 100k streams in three months

★ Sold out The Independent, SF, twice in 2018 as the headliner (500 capacity)

Up Next

☆ EP release in June 2019

☆ June 2019 Southern California tour

☆ Second EP release in November 2019

☆ November 2019 West Coast tour