Perth-based musician and songwriter today released released the second single, ‘Dance Till We Can’t’ from his upcoming debut album.
Channeling elements of melodic guitars, synths, blistering guitar solos, fun and sometimes haunting lyrics that make for a unique and entirely fresh rock/pop/indie music infusion, Crea said of the new single, “The song is just about having fun night out, nothing more nothing less. After going out one night and seeing a local band play, they put on such a good set that I got really inspired by their performance. When I got home the guitar chord progression instantly came to me. So, in a drunken state before I went to bed, I quickly recorded guitar parts and saved it for later and thought it could be used for something. In following days, when I added synths and other electronic elements to it, I was pretty happy with the outcome and knew I had something funky and fun that captured the party-like atmosphere of that particular night.”
So very cool to see a local artist writing music inspired by what’s happening in the Perth music scene and making music that is the equal of anything you’d see or hear currently coming out of Perth. The new single comes highly recommended and we can’t wait to hear the album.
‘Dance Till We Can’t’ delivers as a saucy throwback to ’70s disco funk but with a modern touch. The electronic synths scream Daft Punk and sit well alongside the jumpy intricate bass lines and funky guitar work that reflects Red Hot Chili Peppers. The song will make you move until you can’t move no more.
The lyrics explore a less serious but more fun theme compared to Frankie’s previous works, in that of partying and having a good night out with friends.
Last month, Frankie Crea also released Say Enough (feat. Jack Spadez), the first single from his new album.
‘Dance Till We Can’t’ is out now on all music platforms.