Seattle producer and songwriter fish narc debuts a new song, “WHY?,” featuring Lil Tracy and Misery Club’s Zubin and Fantasy Camp— listen here.

An early member of the internet-born emo collective GothBoiClique, fish narc is currently on a sold-out European tour with members of the group. Additional headline North American dates are also set for this summer, including performances at Lollapalooza, Mad Decent Block Party, New York’s Bowery Ballroom, Los Angeles’ Lodge Room and many more. See below for a full list of dates and purchase tickets here.

fish narc is Ben Friars-Funkhouser. Initially receiving his mother’s guitar when he was 12 years old, fish narc quickly cut his teeth in the local punk scenes of the Pacific Northwest as both a vocalist and guitarist. It was his involvement in Seattle’s local DIY scenes that led fish narc to Thraxxhouse, an experimental music collective of visual artists, designers, producers, rappers and singers. Although he never had intentions of producing hip-hop, his world shifted when Lil Tracy discovered piano loops on fish narc’s computer and sang over them. The revelation led fish narc to become an integral producer in the new wave of emo. He was the sole producer of Lil Peep’s 2017 Goth Angel Sinner EP, which is currently slated for posthumous release. Since 2015, fish narc has produced for Lil Tracy, Horse Head, Mackned and Cold Hart as well as collaboratively producing Wicca Phase Springs Eternal’s Spider Web EP with Clams Casino. fish narc continues to produce for the collective with plans of releasing his own debut album in 2019.

GothBoiClique rose to prominence in 2016 with their unprecedented marriage of emo and rap; blending indie, alternative, and pop-punk samples with hip-hop stylings. Themes of vulnerability and heartbreak are omnipresent in their lyrics, allowing GothBoiClique to resonate with tens of thousands of their cult-like fans. Sitting at ten artists, GothBoiClique’s official roster includes Lil Tracy, Cold Hart, Wicca Phase Springs Eternal, Horse Head, Mackned, Yawns, fish narc, JPDreamthug, Doves and the late Lil Peep.

For more information, please contact Reid Kutrow, Linda Valenziano or Carla Sacks at Sacks & Co., 212.741.1000.



July 30 /// Detroit, MI /// El Club
July 20-21 /// Foxborough, MA /// Mad Decent Block Party
August 1 /// Chicago, IL /// Lollapalooza
August 2 /// Lawrence, KS /// Granada Theater
August 3 /// Minneapolis, MN /// Amsterdam Bar & Hall
August 5 /// Denver, CO /// Marquis Theater
August 6 /// Salt Lake City, UT /// Kilby Court
August 8 /// Seattle, WA /// CCT
August 9 /// Vancouver, BC /// Fortune
August 10 /// Portland, OR /// Hawthorne Theater
August 12 /// Oakland, CA /// The New Parish
August 13 /// Sacramento, CA /// Holy Diver
August 14 /// Los Angeles, CA /// Lodge Room
August 16 /// Anaheim, CA /// Chain Reaction
August 17 /// Phoenix, AZ /// Rebel Lounge
August 19 /// Austin, TX /// Stubb’s Indoor
August 20 /// Dallas, TX /// Dada
August 21 /// Houston, TX /// Warehouse Live
August 22 /// New Orleans, LA /// The Parish
August 24 /// Orlando, FL /// SoundBar
August 25 /// Tampa, FL /// Crowbar
August 27 /// Atlanta, GA /// The Masquerade Hell
August 28 /// Durham, NC /// Local 506
August 30 /// Richmond, VA /// Canal Club
August 31 /// College Park, MD /// MilkBoy
September 1 /// Pittsburgh, PA /// Rex Theater
September 4 /// Hamden, CT /// Space Ballroom
September 5 /// New York, NY /// Bowery Ballroom
September 7 /// Toronto, ON /// Hard Luck
September 8 /// Buffalo, NY /// Rec Room