SHFC’s debut album is called , “go fun yourself”
Between the name of their band and album, one could reasonably surmise
that these guys have already earned your ears for a listen. Not only because
it’s not pretentious, doesn’t include a day of the week, or a year of high
school, and isn’t trying too hard, but because they’ve beaten you to the punch.
They’ve taken the piss out of themselves before you could, and then, with
a smile, took a playful jab at you by the time you even realized what had
In today’s “guilty until proven innocent” music culture, it’s hard to argue
that such cleverness, merged with the confession of life ware, is something
to be applauded. That precise interplay of sarcasm and empathy create the
intriguing canvas and contemplative paint that congeals to form the dynamic,
high energy, anthemic, feel good, feeling bad, songs that will be in your head
by the time you’re done reading this bio.
Chicago’s SHFC is the confluence of six friends, AP level talent, and each with
compelling soap opera style musical history. From rival bands, (One Life),
local favorites (Treaty of Paris), industry hopefuls (Waiting Game) moderately
successful (Lucky Boys Confusion), SHFC is a Chicago super group that finally
dialed in their chemistry, and they are rightfully loving it.
Each of these seasoned musicians extract the very best out of each other. The
punkish, popish, but mostly straight up rock songs are electrifying, seductive,
brimming with melody and by the time the chorus hits, the payload feels like a
winning lottery ticket.
With a killer debut, high profile shows, international tours and instantly
converted fans under their belts, SHFC is primed to spread their cheer with
the world, through irresistible music, magnetic charisma, and an all embracing
“All Funned Up” out June 2013
Touring UK and EU with Madina Lake September 2013
For fans of: Green Day, Billy Talent, Bon Jovi, My Chemical Romance