From day one, the Billionaire Boys Club has had luck on its side.

From day one, the Billionaire Boys Club has had luck on its side.

The rock act played its first live show in 2002 with power-pop artisans Fountains Of Wayne. Since then, the New Jersey-based band has twice performed on NBC's "Last Call With Carson Daly," and its single "Don't You Wanna" was featured in a commercial for VH1's "Best Week Ever."

The act recently released its first full-length, "What Happened Last Night," and just wrapped a West Coast tour. All the attention has lead to some label interest, but the band says it has not found the right fit.

"We were totally DIY for as long as we could be, and we still embrace that ethic," bassist Leigh Nelson says. "The first person that was ever officially on our payroll was our lawyer. When we started having contracts to sign we clearly needed somebody to help us. But we're pretty choosy about who we're involved with."

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