Chicano Batman announces new album, ‘Notebook Fantasy’

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The Los Angeles psych-soul band reveals album details.

In the exciting music landscape of 2024, the iconic band, Chicano Batmantakes the stage once again with their fifth album, Notebook Fantasyscheduled for March 29 via ATO Records. After two years since their last release, the band reinvents itself with a bold sound, presenting its new single and video, “Fly”.

The album, produced by GRAMMY winner, John Congletonpromises to be an expansive musical experience that fuses raw soul with stadium ambitions.

“Fly”, the lead single, stands as an anthem with an infectious chorus that invites everyone to “fly.” The band excitedly shares details about the creation of the song, describing it as a gift from the universe that flowed organically in the studio, filling the process with euphoria and memorable moments.

With Notebook Fantasy, Chicano Batman shows their artistic evolution, highlighting the intensive collaboration in the creation of the album.

Notebook Fantasythe work on which they have collaborated the most to date, reflects all the joy, pain and necessary catharsis that its creation has entailed,” the band shared in a press release.

Chicano Batman not only presents a new album, but also invites fans on a unique musical journey that fuses old and new, capturing the vibrant essence of Los Angeles and bringing it to a global audience.


  • “Live Today”
  • “Fantasy Notebook”
  • “Parallels”
  • “Beautiful Daughter”
  • “It was Spring”
  • “Fly”
  • “Lei Lá”
  • “Tears Away (feat. Say She She)”

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