Alternative • 54m
On July 31, 2019, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed James Sunderland and Brett Hite of FRENSHIP for a conversation celebrating the release of their debut album Vacation. FRENSHIP, whose brilliant production chops and diverse inspirations color their wide-angle indie-pop songs, garnered multiple gold and platinum certifications around the world for their 2016 global hit “Capsize” with Emily Warren and were picked as Spotify’s #2 Breakout Artist in 2016 and one of Shazam’s 2017 Emerging Artists. A festival favorite, they joined Bastille on their world tour before selling out their 2018 U.S. headline shows. Full of warm harmonies, propulsive melodies, spiraling synths, and pristine songwriting, Vacation is an album about searching, with singles “Remind You” and “Wanted A Name” feat. Yoke Lore.
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