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Fitz and the Tantrums are prepping for the release of their self-titled third album, which is lead by the jamming "Hand Clap" single.
Band members Michael Fitzpatrick and Noelle Scaggs stopped by FM to discuss the the meaning behind the track.
Finale “Money Grabber” turned into the sort of scene you would see at a wedding when the DJ instructs guests to get “a little bit softer now” during “Shout” as Fitzpatrick encouraged everyone to make their way to the floor and then leap back up in the air. The pair occasionally broke into coordinated dance moves and performed about a dozen of their breezy, beat-heavy songs (“Kangaroo Court,” “Center Stage,” “I Sold My Bed, but Not My Stereo”).
The momentum was broken only a few times, such as when Fitzpatrick set up the steamy “House on Fire” with a long, elaborate story about catching a partner cheating.
But the crowd didn’t seem to care about anecdotes — they just wanted to dance. pop duo Capital Cities, the openers/co-headliners, had little trouble pumping up the crowd thanks to their inescapable summer electro-pop jam “Safe and Sound.” Ryan Merchant and Sebu Simonian are former jingle writers who have seen their smash song infiltrate pop radio and, coincidentally, commercials.