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Fencer Drops Brand Music Video “Bad Bet”


Drop Brand Music Video

“Bad Bet”

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Stream Their Self-Titled Debut Album Now

Out via Blood Blast Distribution

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Tuesday, February 28, 2023 – The Los Angeles based rock trio, Fencer, have today released a music video for fan-favorite ballad, “Bad Bet,” via Blood Blast Distribution. This single comes from their recently released self-titled debut album, composed of 10 completely self-produced tracks. Fans can stream the album here. You can also watch the music video for “Bad Bet” here or at the link below.

Speaking on today’s video release, vocalist Field Cate shares:

“Very excited to release the music video for our single “Bad Bet”. This song is one of my favorites off the album and I think the video is very representative of the tracks writing process. It was a very therapeutic song for me so I hope others can find something in it as well.”

Not only was their debut album self-produced, but it was mixed by Henry Lunetta (5 Seconds Of Summer, State Champs, Grayscale) and mastered by Zach Fisher (Weezer, Rancid, Bad Religion). Prior to today’s release, Fencer had previously dropped tracks “Junebug”“Couch”, and “Joseph Courtney” which had racked up over 2 million listens across all streaming platforms. Keep an eye out for more Fencer news coming soon.


Track Listing:

  1. Come On, Keep Screaming
  2. Couch
  3. Buena
  4. Sleepcount
  5. Fishfriend
  6. Sanitarium
  7. Velvet Jetski
  8. Joseph Courtney
  9. You’re The Prey
  10. Bad Bet


“This album is a fantastic example of how to step out and make a scene.

In a mentally visual sense, this album stuck true to the band’s motto of “Everything must be blue.” Each song is a shade of blue, different from the last, ranging from deep, vibrant, and hazy to bright, pale, and cheery. All in all, Fencer couldn’t have put together a better collection of songs as a way to debut themselves. This is an album that will open many doors for the band.



“Field’s soulful, melodic vocals pierce right through you from start to finish and are perfectly accompanied by a bluesy bassline and rhythmic drums. Field’s vocal range on this entire album is beyond impressive.

This album was just a rollercoaster of emotion and you could feel every word rush over you.

Fencer has really set the bar high for their next album.”


“This album has something for everyone and very diverse.”

Bleach Bangs