Best Fwends

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Best Fwends
Origin Fort Worth, Texas
Genres Punk rock
Years active 2004–present
Labels Moshi Moshi Records
V2 Records
Website Best Fwends on Myspace
Members Anthony Davis
Dustin Pilkington

Best Fwends are a musical group from Fort Worth, Texas.[1] All but unknown in the United States, the duo have attracted much more notice in Europe, having been featured in a Bacardi commercial in the United Kingdom[2][3] and performing at Iceland Airwaves in Reykjavík and Øyafestivalen in Norway.[4][5] The song featured in the Bacardi ad is "Bedroom Music" and was the first song the group ever recorded.[6] They have also been featured at SXSW.[7] They have released one full-length album and two EPs on Moshi Moshi Records.

When performing live, they use only their voices and an iPod.[8][9] Difficult to categorize, their music is often compared to early Beastie Boys,[10] and has been called punk.[8][11] The band, however, claim to not be talented enough to have a "sound."[6] They are reported to use FL Studio in studio.[citation needed]

Recently, they recorded musical scores for several cartoons produced by Frederator Studios, including Bravest Warriors, SuperF*ckers and Our New Electrical Morals.



  • "Alphabetically Arranged" (2007, Moshi Moshi)
  • "KRUSHER" (2009, Self Released tour CD)

EPs & Singles[edit]

  • Best Fwends EP (2004, Moshi Moshi)
  • EP 2 (2006, Moshi Moshi)

Compilations & Splits[edit]

  • Best Fwends / The Death Set Split (2004, VLXO)
  • One Inch Badge Split Series Vol. 3: Lovvers / Knyfe Hyts / Best Fwends / The Death Set (2009, OIB Recs)
  • Short Attention Span Freebie spazzcore compilation (2009, Methodist Leisure Inc.)
    • "KKKK" (exclusive track)


  1. ^ Dorr, Nate (2007-06-26), Parts and Labor + Matt and Kim + Best Fwends + Deathset 261 Moore Street, Brooklyn, NY 06.22.07, Impose Magazine, retrieved 2007-12-08 
  2. ^ YouTube - Best Fwends Bacardi Commercial
  3. ^ Scroeder, Audra, Daniel Francis Doyle, Best Fwends, The Austin Chronicle, retrieved 2007-12-08 
  4. ^ Thompson, Paul (2007-09-17), Bloc Party, Of Montreal, Deerhoof Hit Iceland Airwaves, Pitchfork Media, archived from the original (– Scholar search) on December 29, 2007, retrieved 2007-12-08 
  5. ^ Icelandic Airwaves festival kicks off, NME, 2007-10-19, retrieved 2007-12-08 
  6. ^ a b Best Fwends interview, Chief Magazine, archived from the original on 2007-08-18, retrieved 2007-12-08 
  7. ^ Kaufman, Gil (2007-03-15), Pete Wentz Clones Descend, Lily Allen Warbles As SXSW Gets Under Way, MTV, retrieved 2007-12-08 
  8. ^ a b Kelley, Shanon (2007-07-02), The Death Set: Rejuvenating Punk Rock!, Papermag Magazine, archived from the original on 2008-08-20, retrieved 2007-12-08 
  9. ^ Dorr, Nate (2007-05-28), Death Set + Best Fwends + Team Robespierre + Pterodactyl Glasslands Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 5.25.07, Impose Magazine, retrieved 2007-12-08 
  10. ^ Alcxxk, Christopher (2007-06-22), Best Fwends: Alphabetically Arranged, Drowned in Sound, retrieved 2007-12-08 
  11. ^ Abramson, Will (2007-09-04), F*ck Yeah Fest IV, Yahoo! Music, retrieved 2007-12-08 

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