Frances Forever releases new EP, ‘paranoia party’
Featuring the title track, hit single ‘Space Girl’ + more
Available now on Mom + Pop
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Frances Forever, the project of Boston-area singer-songwriter Frances Garrett, has just released ‘paranoia party’, their debut for Mom+Pop. The project features the hit single ‘Space Girl’, which exploded on TikTok and catapulted the track onto 57 Spotify Viral charts worldwide (with 80MM+ streams globally), alongside the recently-aired title track and more…
‘paranoia party’ further seals Frances Forever’s fate as a breakout act, showing off a mastery of vintage texture, velvety vocal harmonies, and command of 2021 attention spans in equal measure. Throughout, songs balance their familiarity with emotional extremes with an undeniable ear for melody, and a gift for timeless songwriting.
From the doo-wop glaze of opener ‘depression’ to the horn-flecked indietronica of ‘daytime’, ‘paranoia party’ carves its identity from stopovers in darker, braver territory as Garrett spills their guts about fumbling their own power. “This EP is all about feeling alone in a crowded room,” Garrett states. “I’m hoping that listening to these songs will help you realize that everyone in that crowd feels the same way. Let’s share our troubles, softie sophomores.”
The project also continues the flight of its flagship single, ‘space girl’, which took flight with Frances only just graduating college (the track continues to average over 500k daily streams, over 550 million video views, and was reissued with a version featuring fellow rising star chloe moriondo. Coming off this wave of success, Frances Forever has set their sights on a world far larger than the one they began to conquer. On ‘paranoia party’, their claim is staked more definitively than ever, its myriad moods promising to send listeners reeling into romance or off floating in existential space. It’s a ‘paranoia party’, and you’re invited to the celebration.