Sam & Bill

*comedy music

ARE HUGE - Press page


(Odd # tracks are live)

(Even # tracks are produced)

(Rather download the full album at once? Here's a dropbox link.)

Tracks produced and mixed by Andrew Underberg.

Word on the street

Buy This. Just. do it. [...] A master class of comedy music in album form.
— Adam Tilford, Amazon Review
[Sam & Bill are] huge. Apparently also a best seller on Amazon. #ProudIThink
— Jamie Lee Curtis
Please buy the album. But if you can figure out how to support Bill but not Sam, that’d be great for me.
— Jasmine Pierce, Reductress
The term “comedy music” makes me cringe because I find it typically means “bad comedy paired with bad music,” but Sam & Bill pull off the rare feat of writing hilarious jokes AND great songs. Also, they’re not assholes.
Schaffer The Darklord
[My fiancee] spent the whole snowstorm walking around our apartment singing “Yes All Men.” Buy Sam & Bill’s new album [...] if you want to end the battle of the sexes in your household.
— Nick Ruggia, Temple Horses Comedy
Their new album Sam & Bill Are Huge (available on Spotify, iTunes, and Amazon) recently hit #1 in Amazon comedy, and it’s easy to see why. The energy behind each of their songs speaks to the deep, personal enjoyment that the duo gets out of their music, and it’s seriously contagious.
— Phil Stamato, Splitsider
With their flawless blend of seemingly benign folk music, comedic lyrics, and fearless attitude, they are quickly becoming a local favorite [...] The best comedy folk duo in Manhattan. Do yourself a favor and check them out.
— Lauryn Pithey-Petrie, Broke-Ass Stuart

About Sam & Bill

Sam & Bill have been performing since 2009. Originating in NYC, they have performed, hosted, and headlined nationally at festivals and events in Seattle, Dallas, New Orleans, Chicago, D.C., and more, sharing the stage with huge acts like Tracy Morgan and Dave Attell. They won an audience award at the 5th Annual New York Funny Songs Festival. Sam & Bill Are Huge is their first album.

Sam Haft has appeared on NBC and FX, and has worked with the Coen Brothers, and Nickelodeon.

Bill Bria has appeared on HBO and Netflix, and recently had his life saved by a liver transplant.

Music Video #1: Yes All Men

Directed by Victor Varnado (CollegeHumor, Comedy Central, Nerdist), "Yes All Men" gives a visual to the 80s throwback We Are The World aesthetic of Sam & Bill's track. With today's political climate of increased social awareness giving rise to the toxic politics of Mens' Rights Activism, "Yes All Men" is a sarcastic anthem to straight white male "perseverance" in the face of their perceived struggle.

Music Video #2:
I Don't Know What Sex Is

Another collaboration with Victor Varnado (CollegeHumor, Comedy Central, Nerdist), "I Don't Know What Sex Is" is a reducto ad absurdum of teeny bopper boy bands, with an act so innocent, they don't know what to do with their no-no parts.