SoCal four-piece New Beat Fund combines sunny surf rock with elements of hip-hop, garage pop and west coast punk, tossing it all in a blender to cook up a colorful mash-up they call “G-Punk.” Their debut album, Sponge Fingers released by Red Bull Records to whom the band were signed by the label’s A&R executive Kenny “Tick” Salcido, was co-produced by Matt Wallace (Faith No More, Maroon 5), mixed by Tony Hoffer (Foster The People, Beck) and was recorded at LA’s legendary Sound City Studios has produced the singles “Sunday Funday “ and “Sikka Takin’ The Hard Way,” which were played at KROQ Los Angeles, WLKK Buffalo, KRXP Colorado Springs, WZNE Rochester, WROX Norfolk and many other stations. For the past three years, New Beat Fund has been touring across the country, playing everywhere from local frat parties and bars to shows with Blink-182, Mod Sun, New Politics and the Vans Warped Tour. The quartet have released the new single “No Type” and have announced a tour with American Authors which kicks off today in San Francisco and goes until April 9th in Dallas which includes stops in LA, Salt Lake City, Kansas City, St. Louis, Nashville and Austin. New Beat Fund have also confirmed performances at BuzzFest 35 in Houston in April, Move Music Fest in Albany in April, the BottleRock Music Festival in Napa Valley, CA in May and the Electric Forest Festival in Rothbury, MI in June. The new single is already spinning on KNDD Seattle, WKQX Chicago, WRFF Philadelphia, CIMX Detroit, KDKB Phoenix, KXTE Las Vegas and more.
STREAM: “No Type”