“Frett are Mesmerizing, an atmospheric playground of driving synths, pulsating bass, hypnotic guitar lines, and solid percussion” – Indie Shuffle
“James Blake-esque vocals that pack a punch!” – Wonderland Magazine
a beginner or novice.
Tyro was born out of Frett’s frustration in the pursuit of success; the static place in which many bands find themselves at various points in their career. It’s a lament of the difficulty that new bands find in breaking the industry in its current state. Within the context of the song, Tyro refers to how no one seems to know how to get noticed while ‘Dead Gold’ refers to the ease with which bands often find themselves lost, unable to achieve their ultimate goal.
‘It’s very difficult being in a band. There have been times when we’ve have felt like we don’t really know what we are doing, and the song refers to this at various points.
Sometimes everything’s great, we’re all excited, we feel like we’re doing all the right things and others times, we feel lost and inexperienced.’