The Frisbys release stunning new track ‘Waves’!‏

The Frisbys have just released their latest track Waves; the third song from new EP The Cause, out January 29th 2016 via Dantobaccus Records.

Following up from double A-side single Born and Raised/Give Into The Dark, Waves premiered on Going Solo and you can also listen to it now on the ABoF Soundcloud page.

Waves is a gorgeous piano ballad, with twins Helen and Nicola Frisby demonstrating their beautiful signature harmonies throughout. The song depicts the crushing weight of feeling like a burden on others and no matter how thankful you feel, it can sometimes make things worse. In the end, all you can do is try.

Helen and Nicola have been singing and playing music together since they were old enough to speak. Having performed as a duo for many years honing their incredible vocal harmonies, it took a boredom call from a broken-legged Marc Robinson (piano, guitar) to convince them to start a full band. The three were joined by Sam Keer (acoustic/electric/slide guitar), and later, Will Cattermole (bass) and Tom Finigan (drums). They have been producing haunting and emotive music ever since.

Having received past support from Ruth Barnes, Gary Crowley and Kathryn Tickell on Amazing Radio, Mark Forrest on BBC Radio, Team Rock Radio,Gigwise, Folk Radio and For Folk’s Sake, the band already boast an impressive collection of fans. Born and Raised has also recently been featured as Track of The Day on Sarah Gorrell’s Drive Time Show on BBC Sussex.

Waves is taken from the forthcoming EP The Cause, which will be released on January 29th 2016 via Dantobaccus Records.

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