Frankie Swain releases her EP “September”, in February!
Frankie Swain is a singer/songwriter from Kent, UK who picked up a guitar after writing her first song at 11 years old and fell in love ever since. Music is something that had been there for her through every step of the way, through every twist and turn and knew immediately that it was something that she wanted to pursue. Frankie has just released her debut EP, “September”, which features her previous singles “Hook, Line and Sinker”, “Emergency Alarms” and new single “Come Rain, Come Shine”, “September” features co-writes and contributions from Dave Browne and Yann O’Brien from Irish band PictureHouse.
The two previous singles from “September” received widespread coverage including being playlisted on RTE Radio 1 in Ireland as well as widespread BBC Regional radio. The emotive video for “Emergency Alarms” was premiered by Daily Mail. “Come Rain, Come Shine” is the latest single from the EP. Described by Frankie, it is “a song about how childhood friends and how no matter what life throws at you how they’ll always be there for each other”. With live dates to be announced soon, Frankie will be supporting “September” with a number of radio appearances this Spring!