Whether it’s his perpetually disheveled bedhead, over-the-top erratic stage presence or ability to charm a perfect stranger, Tate Logan (Los Angeles, CA) is contagious. His first single “Kill Me To Try” produced by Matt Squire (One Direction, Katy Perry, Panic! At The Disco) navigates the desire of something more than a “stupid, fucking, boring life”. Tate's influences range from 90s surf rock, 00s pop punk, modern hyperpop and singer/songwriter deep-cuts, a limitless resource of musical taste.
Tate is a dedicated activist in the LGBTQ+ community creating an inclusive and supportive space for all of his fans. He encourages them to be exactly who they are and not to take shit from anyone. This inspired Tate to embark on a solo career to fully embrace his identity as a transman in the alternative scene and dedicate his passion in music to those who need representation in those spaces. Fashion, art and music are all deeply intertwined in Tate’s world. Inspirations from the glamour rock of Motley Crue, to the dirty edge of Britpop, to the fearless provocation of Lady Gaga, there is always a dedication to leather, chains and cheetah print in Tate’s wardrobe.
Tate Logan spent the first years out of school fronting the band “Happy.” and released multiple records both produced by Will Pugh (Cartel) and Marc McClusky (Weezer, Motion City Soundtrack, The Front Bottoms) Happy. also toured North America with Super Whatevr (Hopeless), Chapel (Rise) and more.
TATE LOGAN SOLD HIS SOUL FOR DIET GAMOUR