From The Desk Of Fitz And The Tantrums: Le Foulard Scarves

Fitz&TheTantrumsLogoIn 2010, Fitz And The Tantrums made their debut album with Pickin’ Up The Pieces. Whether the modern R&B album went triple platinum is inconsequential. Storming songs like “MoneyGrabber” put the band on Leno, Kimmel and Conan, and the soulful sound and fashion-forward sight of singer/songwriter Michael Fitzpatrick—with backing vocalist pal Noelle Scaggs and Fitz’s four additional members—made them suddenly ubiquitous. Along with that televised attention came constant touring. Nothing wrong with that. They sound like a tantrum, and their contemporary raw mix of Stax and Motown—with Fitzpatrick’s powerfully emotive vocals before it—was something to see. Now, they’re dropping their second album, More Than Just A Dream (Elektra), and the whole affair sounds as fast and hard as their live shows, with an odd electronic sheen to the proceedings. Fitzpatrick and Scaggs will be guest editing all week. Read our recent Q&A with Fitzpatrick.


Noelle: These scarves are created by Eva Taulois, an artist based out of Paris. I discovered her side project of patchwork scarves through my friend Julie Budet of Yelle. Each scarf is designed as a one-of-a-kind piece, and because she only does them for fun, they are hard to get. I lucked out, and I wear them pretty much everyday. I love unique designs, and these scarves fit the bill.

Video after the jump.