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FUN.

Last seen on: Mirror Classic Answer List – 21-September-2022

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Fun (stylized as fun.) is an American pop rock band based in New York City. The band consists of Nate Ruess (then-former lead singer of the Format), Andrew Dost (formerly of Anathallo), and Jack Antonoff (of Steel Train and Bleachers).

Fun formed in 2008, and their debut studio album, Aim and Ignite, was released in 2009 to moderate commercial success. The band rose to prominence with the release of their second album, Some Nights, in 2012. The album peaked at number three on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart, and topped Billboard’s Top Alternative Albums and Top Rock Albums charts. It spawned the singles: “We Are Young” featuring Janelle Monáe, “Some Nights” and “Carry On”; all of which reached the top 20 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100; with “We Are Young” peaking at number one. At the 55th Annual Grammy Awards, “We Are Young” won for Song of the Year, while the band won for Best New Artist.

In February 2008, Nate Ruess’s former band the Format split up. Immediately afterwards, Nate Ruess asked Andrew Dost and Jack Antonoff to join his new project. Dost had toured with the Format and provided various instrumentation, and Ruess met Antonoff after the Format toured with Steel Train. The three began working together in New Jersey within a week. Ruess sang melodies while the other two provided music for them. The first demo song the band recorded was “Benson Hedges”, which was made available free in Spin’s August 20, 2008 article on the band. In November 2008, fun embarked on their first tour opening for Jack’s Mannequin. Their first show was played in Denver, Colorado on November 5, 2008. A couple of early demos and covers from other bands were performed. Fun then approached Steven McDonald, who produced the Format’s album Dog Problems with Ruess, to produce their debut album. McDonald was enthusiastic about the project and stated, “I can’t believe what we’re working on here. This crushes anything I’ve ever done.”

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