Reel Big Fish Release New Song
2012-06-19 by Robert Lowe CONTRIBUTOR | 21 Comments

Southern California Ska/Punk band Reel Big Fish have released the first song off their new album entitled "Candy Coated Fury" which is set to be released on July 31st. The new song is titled "I Know You To Well Too Like You Anymore" and can be found here

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8RUMpYDlE5Y

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BonRurgundy
June 19th 2012

348 Comments


Cheesy as fuck, but i've always appreciated this band for 'Beer'.

clercqie
Contributing Reviewer
June 19th 2012

6310 Comments


Pretty fun stuff

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MichaelSnoxall
June 19th 2012

12163 Comments


Won't bother listening. I love Reel Big Fish, but I assume it'll be the same old stuff. I'm happy with their classics.

Sanders
June 19th 2012

2338 Comments


Always enjoy the basslines on RBF songs, this one's no different

Kris.
June 19th 2012

12108 Comments


not diggin it but the cover is pretty cool YEA BOOZE GUNS AND FURRY CREATURES

Wombat988
June 19th 2012

388 Comments


I cannot dislike Reel big fish. Even if this sounds really similar to other stuff, it's still fun as fuck

MadMikeLove
June 19th 2012

651 Comments


ALRIGHT! I dig this song a ton! it's nice to see RBF back on their feet. Hope the rest of the album is just as fun.

AdamDoesCoke
June 19th 2012

22 Comments


Gonna go see these guys next month

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
June 19th 2012

49736 Comments


First completely new album in 7 years and no one gives a fuck

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Wombat988
June 19th 2012

388 Comments


I WANT YOUR GIRLFRIEND TO BE MY GIRLFRIEND

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
June 19th 2012

49736 Comments


This song is just a lame version of She Has A Girlfriend Now

Minushuman24
June 19th 2012

240 Comments


I rather liked this song actually

Spec
June 19th 2012

27046 Comments


AND IF I GET DRUNK AND I PASS OUT ON THE FLOOR

YOU WONT BOTHER ME NO MORE

AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
June 19th 2012

1972 Comments


This song is just a lame version of She Has A Girlfriend Now [2]

RBF isn't the same without Scotty.

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Spec
June 19th 2012

27046 Comments


Didn't know he was gone. Nooo.

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
June 19th 2012

49736 Comments


RBF isn't the same without Scotty. [2]
They haven't been the same since they lost Matt

KageUsagi
June 19th 2012

18 Comments


I usually hate cheesy music, but RBF do it right.


Satellite
June 19th 2012

20673 Comments


has there ever truly been a NEW reel big fish song?

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Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
June 19th 2012

49736 Comments


yes

Tyrael
June 19th 2012

20697 Comments


BAM

Sirob
June 19th 2012

2653 Comments


song rules. and this couldnt come out at a more perfect time



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