Fab The Duo Drops Their Debut Album “Mascara Revolution”
After two EPs and over a dozen singles, Fab The Duo are finally dropping their debut album “Mascara Revolution”. “Mascara Revolution” is a ten-song culmination of all the blood, sweat, and tears the duo have put in over the past few years. Produced by Niko Vaude and mastered by multi-GRAMMY-winning Chris Gehhringer of Sterling Sound (audio engineer of Olivia Rodrigo’s “Sour”), the album takes listeners on an emotional journey as they navigate the inner moments of the history-making boyfriend pair.
Highlights of the album include popular singles “Chill Pill” (a moody anthem about mental health that made it on Apple Music’s New In Alternative Playlist and Spotify’s Out Now Playlist) and “Nice Guy” (an instant pop-punk classic that was featured on Apple Music’s New In Rock playlist and made it on publications like Variance and Wonderland Magazine).
The album also includes for the first time ever solo songs sung by Greg Driscoll and Brendan Eprile, as well as their lead single “Hand To Hold”, a moody and driving alt-rock banger about exploring one’s own dark side, featuring vocal powerhouse and Tik Tok star KP Wolfe.
The lyrics on the album are deeper and more personal than previous work and approach complex topics like gender identity in “Alter Ego”, sexual assault in “Far Rockaway”, mental health and medication in “Chill Pill”, and letting go of a toxic parental relationship in “No More Sad Songs”. Inspired by Green Day’s rock opera “American Idiot”, which the duo highlighted in a recent LA Weekly article, “Mascara Revolution” is a masterful and bold body of work that can only be described as “revolutionary”. Fab The Duo’s debut album cements them as a permanent fixture of today’s alt scene, one that is more diverse and socially conscious than before.
Fab The Duo is a Los Angeles-based alternative duo, aiming to smash societal norms through music and love. Previously hailing from New York, the glamorous boyfriend pair, Greg Driscoll and Brendan Eprile, create music that intoxicates audiences with confidence. Fab doesn’t just stand for “fabulous”— it’s also an acronym that stands for Fierce Ass Bitches.
Having experimented with a multitude of genres and styles, Fab have finally found their true sound in the alternative world— a little bit rock, a little bit pop, pure alt. The duo recently completed a two-week national tour, including opening slots for well-known artists like Jordy and Betty Who.