THE FRANKLYS announce brilliant new Single ‘Bad News’ Released April 27th

THE FRANKLYS announce brilliant new Single ‘Bad News’ Released April 27th

New Single

‘Bad News’ Released April 27th

The Franklys release Bad News a thunderous piece of sabbathesque Rock’n’Roll on April 27th.

To pre-order the Bad News  deluxe CD single on Electric Wood Records from go to

The Franklys are a four piece force of nature – an all girl rock ‘n’ roll band hailing from Sweden, the UK and the US. Following on from the brilliant ‘Puppet’ earlier in the year, this new track sees the girls developing a recognised ‘sound’.

Bad News’ produced by Sean Genockey (RedRacer) and mastered by Ed Woods (Muse, Roger Daltrey), deals with the consequences that will come from your choices. Bad News sees Zoe Biggs’s haunting heavy bass lines, Nicole Pinto doing what good drummers do; make their instrument so much more than a time-keeper. The pocket-sized bundle of dynamite that is Fanny Broburg letting rip with searing lead guitar work and Jen Ahlkvist continues with her bitter sweet and ever-so-edgy vocals.

The release of Bad News will be followed by heavily touring around the UK and Europe, with festival shows at Tramlines Festival, Tannerfest and Stortford Music Festivals supporting The Undertones among others.

Bad News these four ladies are coming your way soon

The Franklys UK Tour Dates


18th Stag and Hounds , Bristol.

25th Amersham Arms, London.

The Franklys’ ‘Bad News EP’ Release Party. Presented by THIS FEELING. In association with XFM and Jack Daniels. To purchase tickets go to


03rd Stortford Music Festival Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire, w/ The Undertones


06th The Watershed Wimbledon, London.

19th Cult Cafe Ipswich, Suffolk.

20th The Bassment Chelmsford, Essex.

21st The Owl Sanctuary Norwich, Norwich.

25th 60 Million Postcards Bournemouth, Dorset.

26th Tiki Bar Plymouth, Devon.

27th The Cavern Exeter, Devon.


11th Tannerfest Loddington, Northamptonshire

Admission: £15. tickets available at

25th Tramlines Festival Sheffield, Sheffield.

29th Bannerman’s Bar Edinburgh, Midlothian.

30th Nice n Sleazy Glasgow, Glasgow.


01st The Castle Hotel Manchester, Manchester.

02nd Oporto Leeds, Leeds .


02nd The Stillery Camden, London.


“Lets hope they add dates to places like Bristol, Cardiff, Newport, Newcastle York and Leeds soon, been told live they’re impressive.”

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