Small Town Titans Unleash Queen Cover of “Fat Bottomed Girls”

Small Town Titans

Small Town Titans

(TRR) – Pennsylvania hard rockers Small Town Titans have unleashed their cover of the Queen classic “Fat Bottomed Girls.” The official video for the song can be streamed below. Vocalist Phil Freeman soars on the track, and guitarist Ben Guiles and drummer Jonny Ross harmonize well with him. The trio truly nail the tracks signature a capella opening while putting their own spin on it, which is refereshing to say the least. While the video was shot in the band’s studio, it still feels like a giant arena rock anthem.

In addition to their original material, Small Town Titans have garnered social media fame with their covers of classics such as “Folsom Prison Blues” by Johnny Cash, “Spoonman” by Soundgarden, “45” by Shinedown, “Breaking The Habit” by Linkin Park, and others.

On March 26, Small Town Titans will support Buckcherry and Joyous Wolf at Greasy Luck in New Bedford, MA. Tickets for the show are on sale now HERE.

Small Town Titans came onto the scene in 2012 with their first self-titled EP. It featured the hit track “Party In Hell” which served as an excellent sing-a-long song at the band’s live shows. In 2013, the band released their debut album From Fight To Flight. The LP featured the hit single “Flight 24.” Their sophomore effort Reflection followed in 2016. Last year, the band released The Hybrid Sessions EP which featured the fist-pumping single “Wrecked.”

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