Closet Fiends, the moniker of homeless, folk-punk musician, Sam Sadowski, has signed to Fat Wreck Chords and announced their self-titled debut EP. The EP was recorded by Fat Mike and Stza, and will be released digitally and on CD on October 23, 2015. You can pre-order the EP here.
Closet Fiends is also streaming the first song on the EP, “Heroinsomnia.” You can stream the song and read Fat Wreck’s bio of how they came to sign Closet Fiends below.
“If you’ve been paying attention to Fat Mike’s social media (Twitter, Instagram), you know that he and Sturgeon from Leftöver Crack have been working with Sam, a homeless San Francisco youth, recording five original songs. The recording is now finished, and , we’ll be releasing Sam’s debut EP, Closet Fiends! Sam Sadowski, aka Closet Fiends, was born and raised in Austin, TX and left her hometown only after “fucking up over and over again in school, home, court mandated rehab, etcetera,” as she says. Traveling the country on freight trains, hitch hiking, squatting and generally transforming from a teenage punk to a homeless “crusty” anarchist traveler, she eventually landed in San Francisco without a guitar or dime to her name. But unbeknownst to Sam, her mother had uploaded a YouTube video of her performing a song that would later catch Sturgeon’s attention, who then showed it to Fat Mike. As urgent as any suspense-thriller, they tracked Sam down and accompanied her to a music store where she picked up a banjo and proceeded to blow Mike and Sturgeon’s minds. Mike immediately offered to record Closet Fiends starting that very day. The five song EP will be released and if you live in the Bay Area, you can catch her performing opening for the Subhumans at Thee Parkside and again at our record store opening.”
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