The Frisbys return with uplifting new single ‘I Heard’!
Alt-folk six-piece The Frisbys return with the release of their poignant new EP My Wicked Mind, out 26th June 2020.
Once again showcasing twins Helen (vocals, flute) and Nicola Frisby’s(vocals, acoustic guitar) undeniable chemistry, their effortless harmonies soar majestically throughout the EP. Opening single I Heard introduces the EP with both singers’ rich celestial vocals complimenting the uplifting musicality perfectly. Fans of the likes of The Lumineers or First Aid Kid will feel at home here. Talking about the single, the band elaborate, “I Heard is a fighting song. It’s about maintaining an endless determination to push through, even when everyone is telling you that what you are trying to achieve is impossible. I Heard is about having the belief to do it anyway.”
My Wicked Mind is a collection of songs that explore both the inner turmoil and resolute strength of the human mind. Each song combines hook-laden melodies with powerful lyricism in order to create a sound that is utterly striking. Whether its the urgency of I Heard, the delicacy of Print and You Are, the joy of Gretna or the bittersweet charm of Lead Me To The Water, there’s no denying that My Wicked Mind will take the listener on a unique journey of emotional discovery.
Ahead of the release of their poignant upcoming EP My Wicked Mind, Alt-folk six-piece The Frisbys have shared their powerful new single I Heard, out now.
Helen and Nicola have been making music together since they were old enough to speak. Having performed as a duo for many years, the pair joined forces with university friends Sam Keer (electric guitar) and Marc Robinsonto form an acoustic quartet and released their debut EP Philosolove in 2013. After looking to develop a fuller sound, they recruited old college friends Tom Finigan (drums), Will Cattermole (bass) and university buddy Sal Palekar (violin, piano) in 2015, completing the line up. Sadly, Marc left the band in 2017 to pursue other interests but does still feature on My Wicked Mind. The Frisbys have already received praise from the likes of Gigwise, Folk Radio and For Folk’s Sake, as well as support from BBC Radio Sussex, Amazing Radio and Chris Country Radio to name a few.