FRANKIE ROSE gets remixed by THE GO! TEAM

Dropping her band (again, also see Vivian Girls, Dum Dum Girls and    Crystal Stilts) and going all glam may’ve been the best thing    Frankie Rose ever did. Her debut solo album ‘Intersteller’ was    stamped ‘Best New Music’ by Pitchfork in an early review and    unanimous praise followed. Memphis Industries label mates The Go!    Team also approved and have reswizzled ‘Apples For The Sun’ and gone    to town on the xylophones and bells. It’s a free download so feel    free to share around.

    FRANKIE ROSE ‘APPLES FOR THE SUN’ (THE GO! TEAM REMIX) below

    Frankie’s coming to the UK this summer, with UK dates in June and    July. Hit back with guestlist, sessions, and interview requests.

    FRANKIE ROSE UK SUMMER DATES
    06-27 London, England – Electric Ballroom w/ Real Estate
    06-28 London, England – Lexington
    06-30 Exeter, England – Cavern Club
    07-01 London, England – Windmill
    07-20 Manchester, England – Deaf Institute
    07-21 Sheffield, England – Tramlines Festival
    07-23 Glasgow, Scotland – Captain’s Rest
    07-24 Leeds, England – Brudenell Social Club
    07-25 Birmingham, England – Academy
    07-26 London, England – XOYO
    07-27 Brighton, England – Green Door Store
    07-28 Dorset, England – Camp Bestival

What they are saying…

“Frankie Rose makes all the right choices, proving that you can evolve as an artist without leaving the past entirely behind” 8.4 Pitchfork Best New Music
“Dreamy and unashamedly huge music that demands to be heard” Sunday Times
“Shimmery dream-pop with panoramic crystalline harmonies”**** The Times 
“Like a modern Stevie Nicks backed by Warpaint…by far and away Rose’s best work” **** Time Out
“A star turn… Think Veronica Falls meets Arthur Russell and  investigate further” 8/10 Uncut
“An irresistible record” ***** The Guardian
“Pealing melodies and the sort of exquisite production that binds every element into a deliciously immersive wash, a record to get lost in” Observer
“Gorgeous widescreen magnificence” 8/10 Clash