Fitz and The Tantrums Review


Fitz and The Tantrums self-titled album released this week. If you don’t remember them, they were the group that brought us “The Walker” and their upbeat, indie sound. After my first listen, I could tell that this is the feel good summer album we all need in our lives. 

The indie pop group has brought back their fun, upbeat sounds in their new album, and every song makes you want to dance and puts you in a good mood.

Hand Clap is the debut single off the album, and first track of the album. It brings back the same feel good, dance vibe that the Walker did. It’s so catchy, without being cheesy and cliche.

The whole album, to me, just stands out from many of the albums and music I have heard recently. It was a nice change of pace for my music for sure, and if you need an upbeat summer album, this one is a keeper.

You can find the album on Spotify.



4 Comments Add yours

  1. Simply Save says:

    I’ll have to check it out! I haven’t heard of them and I love finding new music to listen to!


  2. Nixtie says:

    I have to check it out. I am really bad when it comes to picking music or remembering names of artists. I am sure I will like that one.


  3. Domanion says:

    Perhaps the album may sound wonderful to someone who has not heard their first album, a retro soul sound that, while not an original sound, sounded so next to everything else out there. This album sounds like everything else out there. Fitz & the Tantrums will have to rely on new fans to make it as their original fans are, for the most part, disappointed.


  4. Hmm… I have never heard of them. I will have to check it out. Thanks for sharing!


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