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Hailed by Rolling Stone as "the-supergroup-you-need-to-know," Fantastic Cat released their irrefutably titled debut, The Very Best Of Fantastic Cat, to widespread acclaim in 2022. The collection earned the vocal-trading, instrument-swapping collective their national TV debut, sold out headline dates around the US and Europe, a performance at the Sundance Film Festival, and a song in the Paramount+ series Tulsa King. In 2023, the velvet-suited four-piece teamed up with all-star producer Butch Walker for a 50th anniversary take on “Band On The Run,” which prompted Paul McCartney (Wings, The Beatles) to question his entire life's work.


Individually, each member of Fantastic Cat boasts their own impressive resume along with appearances everywhere from the New York Times and the Tiny Desk to Bonnaroo and Cayamo. NPR said Anthony D’Amato “sings and writes in the tradition of Bruce Springsteen or Josh Ritter.” Paste declared Don DiLego's latest album a "stunner.” Rolling Stone called Brian Dunne’s new record “the sleeper album of the year” and praised Mike Montali’s band, Hollis Brown, as “the soundtrack for a late-night drive through the American heartland."

Where the band's debut showcased the quartet as individual songwriters, their intoxicated/ing new album, Now That’s What I Call Fantastic Cat, finds the group writing collectively for the first time, leaning into their respective strengths to craft an alternately poignant and absurdist portrait of a modern world populated by disgraced heroes, disenchanted dreamers, and dead end jobs. The songs are at once hopeful and mordant, reckoning with a reality less shiny than it seemed by refusing to succumb to the weight of disillusionment, and the performances are relentlessly buoyant to match, fueled by infectious hooks, lush harmonies, and gleefully unpredictable arrangements.


Think CSNY if none of them were famous, or The Traveling Wilburys if none of them were famous, or the Eagles if they really didn’t get along.


"A wildly satisfying collection of folk-rock, country, Americana, and good old rock & roll...equal doses of Dylan and Springsteen" - Rolling Stone

"Gloriously fun...the Harlem Globetrotters of Americana" - Rolling Stone

"Harmony-swapping heartbreakers" - American Songwriter

"From a sneering Dylan-and-the-Band roll to Marshall Crenshaw fronting the E Street Band to touches of '70s country" - Boston Globe

"Cathartic, life-affirming fervor"- No Depression

"At once fun, freewheeling, achingly intimate, and beautifully honest"

 - Atwood Magazine

"One of the most impressive debuts so far this year" - Americana Highways


* Two National TV Performances On CBS Saturday Morning

* Rolling Stone Album Announcement and Video Premiere,

* "So Glad You Made It" w/ Counting Crows' Adam Duritz

featured in Rolling Stone


* 50th Anniversary Cover of "Band On The Run"

with Butch Walker featured in Rolling Stone

 "C'mon Armageddon" Featured In The Soundtrack

Of Paramount+'s "Tulsa King" Starring Sylvester Stallone

* Debut LP Hit #1 on Amazon Folk Chart

and #2 on iTunes Alternative Chart

* Multiple 1M+ Editorial Spotify Playlist Placements

Including Fresh Finds and All New Indie

* Radio Play From WFUV, WXPN, KEXP,

SiriusXM The Spectrum, Outlaw Country, And More

* Multiple Headline Nights at NYC's Bowery Ballroom

* US Tour With Low Cut Connie

* Festival Dates At Sundance, Rock Boat,

In Between Days,  Mile of Music, Sisters Folk Fest,

MeadowGrass, Green River Festival, The Town & The City, AmericanaFest, Kilkenny Roots Festival (Ireland), Take Root (Netherlands), Roots & Roses (Belgium), And More

* Rated #1 in Customer Satisfaction By J.D. Power & Associates

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