Their first record was a raw and dark rockabilly album called Steelhearted. Then they moved to a more versatile mood on the follow up In My Bones, on to the heavy duty engine of Overdrive The exotic and voodoo flavoured album Love Creole even gained interrest from Hollywood personalities like Tim Burton and Quentin Tarantino. Their latest album Moments is a dark and brooding excursion into a more cinematic landscape. The red thread following the path of FATBOY is that they combine old and new music influences in the most extraordinary ways, and with no restrictions or boundaries.
After more than 25 years of playing together they still have a strong sense of moving forward and their new path has led them to a new label and a new studio where they are currently putting the finishing touches to the recordings of a forthcoming album. They have already completed the first track Mercy Mercy and it will be out as a two track single with a FATBOY rendition of Moon Martins great track Bad News on the flipside.