Ivory Wave unveil new single ‘Frankie’

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7.9

ICM Rating

Birmingham lads Ivory Wave return from a busy summer of festivals to unveil new single ‘Frankie’.

Tramlines, Truck Festival and SHIIINE ON Weekender, as well as a personal invitation to support the DMA’s has been their highlights this year whilst continuous touring of the UK, has led them to make some remarkable waves in their hometown.

Formed of George, Connor, Luke, Rob and Seb, the band have become known for their hooks and good vibes to boot.

‘Frankie’ sees the band pick up where their last single, ‘Cool Kids’, left off. Except for the production of this track, which was aided by the more than capable, Gavin Monaghan in Wolverhampton’s Magic Garden Studio.

Much like their live performance, ‘Frankie’, exudes a level of fun-loving exuberance that is unparalleled in the modern indie-pop landscape.

With a huge show booked at Birmingham’s infamous 02 Institute for the end of the year. Things are only going from strength to strength with this band.

Of the track, the band said: “The song was written about one of our first nights out in Birmingham… A night that turned messy.”

Good

  • Unique
  • Groovy and very funky

Bad

  • Vocals could be stronger

Summary

'Frankie' sees the band pick up where their last single, 'Cool Kids', left off. Except for the production of this track, which was aided by the more than capable, Gavin Monaghan in Wolverhampton's Magic Garden Studio. 
7.9

ICM Rating