Awesomely acronym’ed Los Angeles punks FIDLAR (short for Fuck It, Dog, Life’s A Risk, a skate-scene staple) are proud of their vices (punks are punks, after all). Earlier this month, they announced their love of inexpensive ale with the scream-along charger “Cheap Beer”. On their new track, “At the Chacha”, they’re using fake IDs, getting wasted, and looking for someone to hook up with. “Let’s go into the bathroom stall/ where we can erase all our feelings,” they smirk-shout, a hard-skipping backbeat propelling everything along on the bar-hopping journey. It’s unclear whether this new cut comes from their forthcoming debut LP, as well as whether the entire city of L.A is credited as a guest or just somebody with that moniker; regardless, this uptempo jam is perfect for skating all day until the bars open (there was a grinding pun in there somewhere, but Fuck It, Dog, Life’s a Risk).
The yet detail-less debut LP is “slated for Autumn” via Wichita Recordings.