- Tue Apr 28, 2015, 2:48 AM GMT
The new song is another preview of the Fun. lead singer's 'Grand Romantic' album that's coming out on June 16.READ MORE
Back in February 2008, Nate Ruess split with The Format and formed a new band with the Format's touring partners. Nate asked Jack Antonoff of Steel Train and Andrew Dost of Anathallo to join him in a new project which was kicked off within a week in New York. "We stayed for a couple of months and just wrote, recorded and hung out," Andrew said in an interview.
They recorded their first demo and titled it "Benson Hedges". With materials in hand, the band approached Steven McDonald who produced for The Format. McDonald agreed to produce their first album and even played guitar in it. "At Least I'm Not as Sad (As I Used to Be)" was set as the first single and posted for free on the band's MySpace page.
The trio says that they want to treat their fans with the respect they deserve by making music when they're 'fully ready to make it.'READ MORE
The trio performs the new song during a special episode of 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' in Orlando.READ MORE
The three Fun. members, Nate Ruess, Jack Antonoff and Andrew Dost, will join Queen's Brian May, Roger Taylor and guest-frontman Adam Lambert at the festival's day 1 on Friday, September 20.READ MORE
The 'Suit and Tie' chart-topper and the 'Thrift Shop' duo bag five nods apiece to lead the November 10 awards.READ MORE
The Nate Ruess-fronted band will play the fifth annual Salute to the Troops event on the Fourth of July.READ MORE