FRENSHIP – Tickets – Mississippi Studios – Portland, OR – October 26th, 2017

FRENSHIP

Los Angeles dreamy pop hitmakers on-the-rise, influenced by '80s R&B and hip-hop

FRENSHIP

BAUM

Thu, October 26, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$12 ADV / $14 DOS

This event is 21 and over

Mostly Standing / Limited Balcony Seats 

FRENSHIP
FRENSHIP
There's a strong contrarian streak in FRENSHIP, the Los Angeles-based duo of James Sunderland and Brett Hite. James grew up in Colorado and relocated to LA after four years of college studying production, where he was part of a DJ duo that didn't work out. Brett grew up in Spokane, Washington with a passion for soccer. An injury led him to discover a burgeoning interest in music and he began to play coffee shops and small venues after college as a singer/songwriter.

Brett and James met while working retail in LA and began to realize they each brought something to the table musically that the other could appreciate. They describe their hypnotic production as a combination of the twosome's affection for '80s-styled pop.

The duo signed on with Columbia Records and subsequently released their debut EP, Truce, in September 2016.

FRENSHIP's platinum-selling single "Capsize" was one of the most viral hits of 2016, surpassing 20 million streams in its first month and collecting over 300 million to date. Spotify crowned them #2 Breakout Artist of the year due to the song's chart performance.

FRENSHIP returns with their rhythmic follow up single "1000 Nights," accompanied by a cinematic, wilderness-themed video and lyric video.
BAUM
BAUM
Hale and haloed, singer-songwriter BAUM has found her home in the world of alternative soul-pop. Based in Los Angeles, she’s perfected her craft as a teller of self-aware, honest tales of heartbreak and hope. BAUM’s forthcoming singles display her versatility as a performer and her undeniably dynamic vocal range. BAUM's newest single, "Hot Water," received praise across the industry from outlets including The Fader who calls the track "a coming of age pop-anthem," and Billboard who compares the sound to artists like HAIM and MUNA . In Los Angeles, BAUM has opened for acts including Grouplove, HOLYCHILD, Vista Kicks, TORRES, and more.