Diane Coffee

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Artwork by Jovanna Eriksson

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Here’s a familiar story. Successful retro-indie band from the West Coast is churning out your new favorite songs when you discover the drummer starts a side project under a moniker, and puts out his own amazing songs but with a very unique flavor. Just like the story of Father John Misty and Fleet Foxes, Shaun Fleming, the drummer from Foxygen, steps up to the mic as Diane Coffee, channeling the same retro vibes but with his own soulful take. Watch the band performing “Green” unplugged on our rooftop on a gorgeous summer day.

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DIRECTED AND FILMED BY John Hudak
RECORDED AND MIXED BY Brian Trahan
PRODUCED AND EDITED BY Jon Lurie
ASSOCIATE PRODUCED BY Gina Reis
ASSISTANT EDITOR Tiffany Khuu
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS Eric Weiner, Jon Lurie

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  • alia bhatt

    In late 2012, Fleming left Agoura Hills for New York. Fleming began writing and recording what would become the debut Diane Coffee LP My Friend Fish. Though his means were limited (recording a makeshift drum set with his iPhone voice memo app, using detuned guitars in lieu of a bass), he was able to complete the album in just shy of two weeks.
    The live band behind the 2013-2014 My Friend Fish tours usually consisted of Joey Lefitz on drums, Jared Walker on guitar, Emily Panic on bass, and Steve Okonski on Keys. One 2014 tour featured Spencer Klein on drums.
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