Today Max Frost released the new video for “Eleven Days” – the second released track off his debut album “GOLD RUSH.” Max recently performed “Eleven Days” along with first single “Good Morning” on Good Morning America. Speaking on the inspiration for “Eleven Days” Max said,

“Last year I took a trip to London for 3 weeks to chase a girl I barely knew…I thought I was in love with this girl I had never even met in person.

Long story short…I realized she was fake and that it wasn’t gonna work out. This was only a week into the trip…I was stuck. I didn’t want to be there. And even though I was the one who ended it with the girl, I still walked around for the next two weeks in a state of heartbreak and in a drunken stooper.

The strange thing about traveling the world is you feel like you could almost be anywhere. You look at time zones and see how its only 5am at home as you’re eating a late lunch. Or how, if you were in Hong Kong, the sun would have long gone down. Time becomes lucid.

This song is about being trapped in “the in-between.” This song is about going across the world to break your own heart. It’s about being a ghost in a faraway place that doesn’t seem real.”

“GOLD RUSH” arrives at all music retailers and streaming services on Friday, October 5th. Max hits the road shortly after the release to embark on “The Gold Rush Tour.” The North American headline tour begins October 9th in Santa Cruz, CA and continues through mid-November. “GOLD RUSH” was executive produced by Michael “Fitz” Fitzpatrick (Fitz and the Tantrums) and mainly produced by Mick Schultz (Rihanna, Jeremih, YG). Earlier in the year, Max made his national TV debut with a performance of breakout single “Good Morning” on Live with Kelly and Ryan.

Max Frost has also become an in-demand collaborator in his own right, including DJ Snake’s hit single, “Broken Summer (Feat. Max Frost).” Most recently, Frost had a once in a lifetime experience working with Elton John in a London studio for an upcoming collaboration with DJ Mustard.


9           Santa Cruz, CA              The Catalyst Atrium

12         Seattle, WA                   Chop Suey

13         Portland, OR                  Hawthorne Theatre

14         Boise, ID                         Neurolux

15         Salt Lake City, UT         Kilby Court

16         Denver, CO                    Marquis Theater

18         Minneapolis, MN         7th Street Entry

19         Kansas City, MO           The Riot Room

20         St. Louis, MO                 Off Broadway Nightclub

21         Milwaukee, WI             The Back Room @ Collectivo

23         Chicago, IL                     Subterranean

24         Ann Arbor, MI               Blind Pig

25         Toronto, ON                  Baby G’s

27         Cleveland, OH               The Grog Shop

29         Philadelphia, PA           Johnny Brenda’s

31         Boston, MA                   Great Scott


1           New York, NY                Bowery Ballroom

2           Washington, DC           DC9

3           Carrboro, NC                 Cat’s Cradle

5           Atlanta, GA                    Aisle 5

6           Nashville, TN                 High Watt

8           Dallas, TX                       Dada

9           Houston, TX                  House of Blues Bronze Peacock

10         Austin, TX                      Scoot Inn

11         San Antonio, TX            Paper Tiger

14         Phoenix, AZ                   Rebel Lounge

15        West Hollywood, CA   Troubadour

16         San Francisco, CA         Slim’s

18         San Diego, CA               Voodoo Room @ House of Blues San Diego

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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