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Tour Diaries: The Happy Fits

The Happy Fits created magic on their tour stop in Columbus, Ohio.

Comprised of Luke Davis (drums), Calvin Langman (cello), and Ross Monteith (guitar), The Happy Fits released their debut EP Awfully Appealin' in 2016; followed in 2018 by their album Concentrate. You can thank these bodies of work for beloved songs like "Too Late," "So Alright, Cool, Whatever," and "Achey Bones." The New Jersey natives boast more than 1.2 million monthly listeners on Spotify alone which has amounted to increasing turnouts for the band's tours across the US and Europe.
Photographer: Lucy Jones

Hoooly shit. Apologies, but there is simply no other way to put into words the energy The Happy Fits create on stage. While the trio's recorded discography is quite lively, the band's live performance takes their tracks to a whole new level. The Happy Fits have a magnetic stage presence that is fueled by their evident passion for what they do. The sheer talent this group possesses complements their genuine relationships with one another. The band is an absolute joy to watch on stage and you definitely need to catch them before The Under the Shade of Green concludes in mid-December.


Comprised of Luke Davis (drums), Calvin Langman (cello), and Ross Monteith (guitar), The Happy Fits released their debut EP Awfully Appealin' in 2016; followed in 2018 by their album Concentrate. You can thank these bodies of work for beloved songs like "Too Late," "So Alright, Cool, Whatever," and "Achey Bones." The New Jersey natives boast more than 1.2 million monthly listeners on Spotify alone which has amounted to increasing turnouts for the band's tours across the US and Europe.


The Happy Fit's third album, Under the Shade of Green, released August 22, 2022 to much anticipation. The electric album marks a thematic shift in the bands music, shifting away from coming of age centric lyrics to broader focus of what they have learned, how they have grown, and coming to terms with uncertainty. The five-month recording process of the album resulted in a body of work that is even more bold and vibrant than the band's past releases.


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