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From humble beginnings in Brisbanes’ Valley night clubs to main stage performances at Livid 2003 this band of brothers has gone from strength to strength and the butterball just keeps on building. Forging a name for themselves with their infectiously manic and unconventional Hip Hop sounds, Butterfingers have been blazing a trail through the Australian live music scene for over three years now.

The band’s first two independent releases Everytime and I Love Work made it onto rotation at JJJ and both songs found top 40 positions in the JJJ Hottest 100 this year (38 and 15 respectively). Both releases have lingered in the top ten of the AIR Charts for months on end and the band’s live shows are turning into rock monsters that are breeding excitement and spreading sonic insanity across the entire country. The touring schedules have increased and in 2004 Butterfingers have already completed successful trips to NSW, VIC and WA as well as performing sellout shows in their hometown of Brisbane.

The big news for 2004 is the completion of the much anticipated Butterfingers album, Breakfast At Fatboys, which was released in May. With ARIA award winning producer Magoo at the helm, the album is shaping up to become a huge hit that reflects the band’s diversity and is guaranteed to surprise a lot of fans whose only experience with the band has been via the radio. The quirky Hip Hop will resurface alongside a big bag of buttery beats & rock & dub & pop & whatever other elements of the Butterfingers set list selected for release.

The first single from the album, Yo Mama, was instantly added to high rotation on JJJ as were many of the other tracks on the album. Avoiding the lure of a major label deal the album was released through the independent Valley Trash label with national distribution through MGM.

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