As We Pass is a sweeping artistic statement that paints dark, weathered landscapes paired with Frank’s mournful croon and howls summoned viapoignant songwriting that recalls the likes of Roy Orbison, Scott Walker, and Jeff Buckley. Today you can hear the first single “After The Alphabets” - a dark and cavernous composition with palpable pain felt through impressive and emotive vocals.DIIV’s Cole Smithis credited as a contributor on this song both as an instrumentalist and co-songwriter.
Frank spent his early adult life touring as a drummer for local bands, but stopped in 2016 in order to pursue Storefront Church. In 2017, Frank collaborated with childhood friendPhoebe Bridgerson the song “Shame,” which was handpicked byT Bone Burnett for inclusion in the Netflix seriesGodless. More recently, the singer/songwriter had a song entitled “The Gift” in theGolden Globe award-winning show TheQueen’s Gambit.
01. After The Alphabets 02. Lying to Actors 03. Asphalt Dog 04. Total Stranger 05. Us Against Us 06. Faction from Under the Grove 07. The Beach 08. Smile-Shaped Scar 09. Let’s Leave
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