Check out the supergroup Fantastic Cat new album and video

Supergroup Fantastic Cat is Brian Dunne, Anthony D’Amato, Don DiLego, and Mike Montali and they have just released their new album. Check out the news below:


Against all odds, Fantastic Cat has successfully released their highly unanticipated sophomore album, Now That’s What I Call Fantastic Cat, out today via Missing Piece Records. The band marked the release with the official video for “So Glad You Made It,” starring Counting Crows’ Adam Duritz (who contributed vocals to the track) and hip hop legend DMC (who said yes to being in the video for some reason). We’d describe it, but you’re better off just watching it…


Now That’s What I Call Fantastic Cat has earned early praise everywhere from Rolling Stone (who called it “gloriously fun” and “a breath of fresh air”) to Q (who hailed its “beautiful harmonies” and “honky tonk Americana storytelling”). Magnet Magazine, meanwhile, declared the band’s bio “essentially useless,” which is totally fair, so here’s a quick primer if you’re new:
Featuring four different instrument-swapping singer/songwriters who’ve appeared everywhere from NPR’s Tiny Desk and the New York Times to Bonnaroo and Cayamo, Fantastic Cat—lead singer Brian Dunne, lead singer Anthony D’Amato, lead singer Don DiLego, and lead singer Mike Montali—first came together in 2022 for their award-eligible debut, The Very Best Of Fantastic Cat, which Rolling Stone dubbed “a wildly satisfying collection” and “equal doses of Dylan and Springsteen.” The record earned the group their national TV debut on CBS Saturday Morning, 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. Last year, the velvet-suited quartet collaborated with all-star producer Butch Walker on a 50th anniversary recording of “Band On The Run,” and this year, they hit the road with Low Cut Connie for an extensive US tour that included dates in legendary rooms like The Fillmore and The Troubadour. Also they’re very young and handsome.
They are heading off on tour so make sure to pick up your tickets.


6/7 – Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Made
6/8 – Amagansett, NY – Stephen Talkhouse
6/9 – Red Bank, NJ – Jack’s Music Shoppe – Acoustic In-Store
6/12 – Hershey, PA – The Englewood
6/13 – Hagerstown, MD – Hub City Vinyl
6/14 – Charlottesville, VA – The Southern
6/15 – Asheville, NC – Pisgah Brewing Co
6/16 – Decatur, GA – Eddie’s Attic
6/18 – Elkton, MD – Elkton Music Hall
6/19 – Wayne, PA – 118 North
6/20 – Cambridge, MA – The Sinclair
6/21 – Greenfield, MA – Green River Festival
6/23 – Charleston, WV – Mountain Stage
6/27 – Pawtucket, RI – The Met
6/28 – Burlington, VT – Higher Ground
6/29 – Katonah, NY – American Roots Music Festival
8/2-3 – Appleton, WI – Mile of Music
8/6 – Bethlehem, PA -Bethlehem Musikfest
8/7 – Woodbridge, NJ – Woodbridge Summer Concert Series
8/8 – Cumberland, MD – Levitt AMP
8/10 – Saratoga Springs, NY – Caffe Lena
8/13 – Exton, PA – Eagleview
8/14 – Washington, DC – The Hamilton
8/25 – Chesterfield, MO – Break Room
8/26 – Chicago, IL – City Winery
8/27 – Ann Arbor, MI – The Ark
8/28 – Indianapolis, IN – Hi-Fi
8/29 – Cleveland, OH – Music Box
9/27-29 – Sisters, OR – Sisters Folk Festival
10/13 – Groningen, NL – SPOT Groningen
10/14 – Amen, NL – Cafe De Amer
10/16 – Hagen, DE – Gaststätte Stock
10/17 – Sønderborg, DK – Sønderborghus
10/20 – Den Bosch, NL – Willem Twee Poppodium
10/22 – Leiden, NL – Qbus Club
1/26-31/25 – Miami, FL – The Rock Boat XXIV

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