FRYARS signs to Fiction Records, to release album ‘POWER’ this Autumn (17/11)

FRYARS signs to Fiction Records, to release album ‘POWER’ this Autumn (17/11)





FRYARS has signed to FICTION RECORDS and today confirms the release of his album POWER on 17 NOVEMBER. A new song from the album, PRETTIEST ONES FLY HIGHEST, is available today as a digital single.

Listen to Prettiest Ones Fly Highest

Power was written, programmed and sung by Fryars as “a soundtrack to a film that does not exist.” The album’s sixteen tracks are a labour of love linked together by a script, written specifically for the record. “I want each track to play on a different place and moment in time,” explains Fryars. “To take you on that journey without picture.”

The album was produced by Fryars and Luke Smith, with additional production by Rodaidh McDonald (the xx, How to Dress Well, Savages), and includes the critically acclaimed singles Cool Like Me and The Power; both are available as instant-grat tracks for those pre-ordering the long player:

FRYARS – POWER tracklisting
01. (Power Up)

02. On Your Own
03. In My Arms
04. Don’t Make It Hard On Yourself
05. Love So Cold
06. Prettiest Ones Fly Highest
07. (Dialogue 1)
08. China Voyage
09. Sequoia
10. Can’t Stop Loving You
11. The Power
12. (Dialogue 2)
13. Thing Of Beauty
14. (Tide You Over)
15. Cool Like Me
16. (Over And Out)


Fryars is the musical brainchild of London-based 24 year old Benjamin Garrett, who’s peerless sound has won him fans from Kanye West to Depeche Mode, and seen him tour with acts as diverse as London Grammar and Wild Beasts. He co-wrote two tracks on Lily Allen’s number one album Sheezus and sometimes plays live with her, most recently a short notice performance at Latitude Festival. Fryars also features on – and produced – Cold, the new Rae Morris single.

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FRYARS signs to Fiction Records, to release album ‘POWER’ this Autumn (17/11)