Bart Davenport shares “Fuck Fame” video

Bart Davenport shares video for "Fuck Fame," announces West Coast tour dates, starting July 9th in San Francisco, CA at The Make Out Room

California-based pop maestro Bart Davenport recently released his latest musical offering ‘Physical World‘ via Lovemonk (digital/CD/vinyl) and Burger Records (cassette).

Today Bart Davenport releases the music video for his single “Fuck Fame.” For this video Bart teams up with LA comedian Brent Weinbach and director Chris Carlone (a.k.a.Borts Minorts).

Bart will embark on a week-long West Coast tour next month with fellow Burger Records band Extra Classic. Full list of tour dates below, more shows TBA.

Tour Dates:

July 9 San Francisco, CA – The Make Out Room

July 10 Oakland, CA – The Night Light

July 11 Santa Cruz, CA – The Crepe Place

July 14 Bainbridge Island, WA – Spacecraft

July 15 Seattle, WA – Barboza

July 16 Portland, OR – Bunk Bar

All dates w/ Extra Classic


Bart Davenport
Physical World
[Lovemonk / Burger Records]
Street Date: March 4, 2014

Track List:

1. Wearing The Changes
2. Fuck Fame
3. Dust In The Circuits
4. On Your Own Planet
5. Girl Gotta Way
6. Pamela
7. Physical World
8. Every Little Step
9. Vow
10. Loop In My Head

Like Virginia Woolf’s ‘Orlando’, Bart Davenport has seen many an era. He’s been a mod, a bluesman and a softrock troubadour. His latest full-length album, ‘Physical World’ (Lovemonk/Burger) is a culmination of all those incarnations and more. With shirts from the 60s, guitars from the 80s and the timeless voice of a real crooner, it’s a one-of-a-kind hybrid of paisley pop and sweet soul. One foot in reality, the other firmly planted in the fantasy world within the three minute pop song, Bart tells of life and love in the modern world with sincerity and a subtle sense of humor.

Davenport recently migrated to Los Angeles to form a new band lineup with the help of bassist and pal, Jessica Espeleta. She brought in Wayne Faler (Dream Boys), whose signature jangly guitars weave their way impeccably into Bart’s songs. Nathan Shafer plays piano and synthesizers while drummers Andres Renteria and Paul Burkhart take turns on the kit. Producer, Luke Top (Fool’s Gold) captures the group’s undeniable chemistry on ‘Physical World’. This is the sound of an artist at his peak backed by an accomplished team of like-minded musicos.

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