The group consists, of lead singer, Natasha, drummer, Chris, and guitarist, Alex.
They boast an intoxicating pop-rock sound that is hard to ignore. They’re currently working on their first album, searching for the right producer. And they truly are a band, one solid unit. “We all contribute equally to the writing process. The three of us have great chemistry, which really helps make our songwriting unique,” the band said.
Though the biggest crowd they’ve played for has only been in front of 400 people, they could easily have their music resonating off the walls of Madison Square Garden or the Staples Center. It’ll happen because they’ve got the drive and the ambition to succeed, you can hear it in their voice and their passion for performing. Natasha called performing live shows “basically, the best feeling in the world. It’s hard to describe. It’s like having five Red Bulls and you can’t wait until it happens again.”
They’re not letting their love for music blind themselves either. We’ve all heard the stories about artists being upset at their labels and being taken advantage of, Fancy Me Yet possesses a strong mental talent too. They know who they want to work with. Chris said “I think working with someone like Stuart Price (he’s worked with the likes of Madonna, Kylie Minogue, Missy Elliott) would be perfect for our sound. Also Tom Lord-Alge (he’s worked with the Rolling Stones), anything mixed by him is golden.”
They don’t have many outlets right now, MySpace and the Florida area being primarily it, but brace yourself. They’re planning on a nationwide tour by the end of the year and have numerous demos set to go and bump in your stereos.