Review: FRENSHIP and Yoke Lore at the Independent

FRENSHIP (photo: Emily Gadd) On May 8 FRENSHIP played at the Independent for their first-ever headlining tour. New York artist Yoke Lore kicked off the night with his feel-good folksy music. Yoke Lore is headed by former Walk the Moon member Adrian Galvin. Highlights of his set included "Tom Robbins," a song about the novelist of the same name, a cover of Savage Garden’s "Truly, Madly, Deeply," and an unreleased song that he says he’s currently keeping for live audiences only. FRENSHIP duo James Sunderland and Brett Hite put on a very energetic performance. The Independent has a smaller stage, [...]

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Q&A: FRENSHIP excited to play SF, step away from “Capsize”

(photo: Dan Regan) James Sunderland and Brett Hite of FRENSHIP met when they were both working at a Lululemon. They started creating music together and, in 2016, their song "Capsize," which featured Emily Warren, became huge. Now, the band is on their first-ever headlining tour. We caught up with James to talk about the tour, new music, and how amazing of a city San Francisco is. The Bay Bridged: How's the tour going? James Sunderland: It's going pretty well! We're four days in. We just had our third show in Nashville, and it was pretty good and I think it [...]

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