fun. released their debut album ‘Aim And Ignite‘ five years ago on August 25, 2009. The band have posted the entire album for free download on Noise Trade, which will be available for five days. Advertisements
fun. debuted a new song on Fallon called “Harsh Lights.” Watch below:
Eminem have released a music video for “Headlights” that features fun.‘s Nate Ruess.
fun. are officially working on their new album. Check out an interview with Rolling Stone below: “It’s moving. There’s an apprehension at first, because I don’t want this thing to move too fast, because I want to be able to enjoy being at home,” Ruess explained. “And with this album – and after being on the road for a few years – you can’t help but think of how each song is gonna fit. You start thinking about what you’re gonna want to play, and what you’re gonna want to say.” And to that end, while he’s aware that the success of Some […]
fun.’s Nate Ruess is featured on a new Eminem song off of The Marshall Mathers LP 2 called “Headlights.” You can stream the song below:
fun.’s Nate Ruess is featured on a Eminem song off of The Marshall Mathers LP 2. Check out the album track listing below: 1. “Bad Guy” 2. “Parking Log” (Skit) 3. “Rhyme or Reason” 4. “So Much Better” 5. “Survival” 6. “Legacy” 7. “A—hole” (featuring Skylar Grey) 8. “Berzerk” 9. “Rap God” 10. “Brainless” 11. “Stronger Than I Was” 12. “The Monster” (featuring Rihanna) 13. “So Far…” 14. “Love Game” (featuring Kendrick Lamar) 15. “Headlights” (featuring Nate Ruess) 16. “Evil Twin”
fun.’s Nate Ruess will be performing with Queen this weekend at the iHeartRadio Music Festival. Queen will team up with another powerhouse singer at the iHeartRadio Music Festival this weekend. Nate Ruess of Fun. is set to take the stage with the legendary British rock group at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, a source confirms to Billboard. Ruess and the band — led by Brian May and Roger Taylor — were spotted rehearsing classics “Somebody to Love” and “Fat Bottomed Girls” on Tuesday (Sept. 17), however it’s unclear how many songs they’ll perform together.