Frankie Swain - Emergency Alarms
Emergency Alarms is the brand new single from Frankie Swain.
Set to be released in early July, Emergency Alarms follows the success of her first single "Hook, line and Sinker" which got a number of radio plays and playlists from all around Europe. It was written with PictureHouse songwriters Dave Browne and Yann O'Brien over the past year.
Citing influences such as George Ezra, Ward Thomas and Passenger. Emergency Alarms addresses the subject of mental health and how sometimes a good friend is all you need.
Produced and mixed by Dave and Yann with Pete Glenister (Darius / Corona / Alison Moyet / Terence Trent D'arby / Johnny Marr), Emergency Alarms was mastered by Reuben Cohen in LA.
“We all need to talk about mental health, we wrote this song as a call to action. When someone finds themselves in a bad way, it’s to say when you feel like you can’t, pick up the phone and give someone a call – talk it through”
Catch Frankie live:
July 3rd: 100 Club, London (with PictureHouse and Caroline Kay) July 9th: Ruby Sessions, Doyles Pub, College Street, Dublin
Previous single - Hook, Line and Sinker is the brand new single from Frankie Swain
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