FRENSHIP Releases New Song “Cry (let it out)”
- Los Angeles-based alt-pop duo FRENSHIP, consisting of James Sunderland and Brett Hite, released a new song “Cry (let it out)” on August 26, 2022.
The song is the follow-up to the collaborative song “Alright” with Yoste, which was released last month.
It was written and produced by James Sunderland, Brett Hite and Hazy Eyes.
The duo said of the song, “Cry embodies a real fuck it moment in our songwriting. We typically comb our lyrics obsessively but with this one we stepped away from the large perspective writing and focused on real granular feelings. Before the session with our buddy Hazy Eyes, Brett stubbed his toe after a bad day and it just about brought him to tears. The song spun off from there and we focused on that moment when the tears arrive and how therapeutic a good cry can be. As the songs says, 'cry let it out, fuck the bigger picture' just feels good sometimes. Hopefully this song is your nudge to let go, have a good cry and move on.”
FRENSHIP embarks on The Big Boys in Small Rooms tour with kate the dreamer. The tour kicks off at Madame Lou's in Seattle, WA on November 9, 2022 and will conclude at DC9 Nightclub in Washington, DC on December 13, 2022.
Learn more about tour dates, click here.
- Photo by J Michael Brooks
- source : Apple Music