LA Font is a rock group from Los Angeles led by Danny Bobbe.
So far in 2015, LA Font released the new EP "Hangtime Vol. 1" on Fleeting Youth Records, a new 7-inch split on Rubber Tracks, and toured the Western U.S. in April. In 2014, LA Font played a monthlong residency at The Satellite club in Los Angeles, released a 7-inch single on Kill/Hurt Records, toured the eastern U.S. and played South By Southwest. Fleeting Youth reissued both of the band's LPs on a cassette tape in October 2014 and the tapes quickly sold out.
LA Font has played SXSW twice, toured the western U.S. twice, and toured the east coast once. LA Font was the house band for Vice's long-running "Entitlement" live comedy show in Los Angeles, where they played on Marc Maron, Kyle Kinane, Maria Bamford and Hannibal Buress, and jammed with Reggie Watts. They wrote the theme song for Vice's "Entitlement" comedy podcast, and Nerdist uses another LA Font song as the theme for their comedy podcast "Terrified with Dave Ross."
LA Font songs have been heard in Showtime's "House of Lies," in the national ad campaign for the film "A Little Bit of Heaven" starring Kate Winslet, in a bunch of MTV shows, in Steven Segall's "True Justice" series, and in the 2015 feature film "Tracers" starring Taylor Lautner, among many other shows, movies and ads.
LA Font songs have been heard on pretty much every alternative radio station in Los Angeles including KROQ, KCRW, ALT 98.7, KXLU, KCSN, and non-commercial and alternative stations worldwide, including the BBC and in rotation on Flux 100.6 FM Berlin and Inter 76.1 FM Tokyo.
LA Font has made five recordings: The American Leagues (2010, self-released), Sharks (2011, Sister City Records), Diving Man (2013, New Professor Music), Teen Bazooka/Motor Rally (2014, Kill/Hurt Recordings) and Hangtime Vol. 1 (2015, Fleeting Youth Records). Fleeting Youth reissued both of the band's full-length albums on cassette tape in 2014.
LA Font songs are published by Superior Music Publishing, Modern Works Music Publishing and Downtown Music Publishing.