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Studio album by FIDLAR
ReleasedJanuary 22, 2013
GenreSkate punk, garage punk, surf rock, garage rock, lo-fi
  • Mom + Pop Music
  • Wichita Recordings
  • Dine Alone Records
ProducerRob Schnapf
FIDLAR chronology
Singles from FIDLAR
  1. "Cheap Beer"
    Released: September 18, 2012

FIDLAR is the debut studio album by California skate punk band FIDLAR, released on January 1, 2013, through Dine Alone Records in Canada; on January 22, 2013, through Mom + Pop Music in the US; and on February 1, 2013, through Wichita Recordings in the UK. The album peaked at No. 5 on Billboard magazine's Top Heatseekers chart.[1]

Ahead of its official release, the album premiered on Pitchfork Media's Advance streaming service.[2]

Critical reception

Ahead of its release, FIDLAR was named as one of 2013's most anticipated releases by TIME,[3] The Huffington Post,[4] Stereogum,[5] and Consequence of Sound.[6] At Metacritic, the album received an average score of 72 based on 27 critics, which indicates "generally favorable reviews".[7]

Track listing

All songs written by FIDLAR (Carper/Kuehn/Kuehn/Schwartzel), except Cocaine, written by Jackson Browne

There is a hidden track at the end of 'Cocaine' entitled 'Cheap Cocaine', which tells the story of how Zac Carper once lived in his car[8]


  1. ^[not in citation given]
  2. ^ Hear New Albums from Toro Y Moi, FIDLAR, Foxygen, Esben and the Witch, Mountains via Pitchfork Advance, Pitchfork Media
  3. ^ 11 Albums to Look Forward to in 2013, Time
  4. ^ 10 Music Acts to Watch in 2013, The Huffington Post
  5. ^ The 50 Most Anticipated Albums of 2013, Stereogum
  6. ^ The 60 Most Anticipated Albums of 2012, Consequence of Sound
  7. ^ FIDLAR reviews, Metacritic
  8. ^ FIDLAR drop self-titled debut album and discuss the highs and lows of partying, The Bay Bridged

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