Track Exclusive – Fat White Family, ‘Yellow Woman’

When Fat White Family picked up the Philip Hall Radar Award ay last week’s NME Awards, unofficial spokesperson Pete Lyons made a bizarre acceptance speech in which he repeated the band’s name over and over as well as stating that the band “might just save America.” That theory will be put to the test at SXSW this year with the Brixton troublemakers flying over the Atlantic for this year’s BBQ-fuelled industry gathering having finally earning enough money to get them there following a fundraising gig in London this weekend. They’ll arrive in Austin with new song ‘Yellow Woman’ under their belts. The second half of a double a-side single with ‘Touch The Leather’, ‘Yellow Woman’ shows a more low-key and psychedelic side of the Fat Whites, building on the freakier fringes of the band’s 2013 debut album ‘Champagne Holocaust.’ Check it out below, now.



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