Frank and Walters appear on every radio channel known to man with Indie Love Song

It’s quite possible we broke a record this week as we became radio superstars promoting new single “Indie Love Song“. Seriously, we’re the biggest thing since Jedward’s hair.

Indie Love Song was picked as Ian Dempsey’s Single of the Week and we had the honour of meeting the king of Irish day time radio Tony Fenton on Today FM.

Cork indie band The Frank and Walters meet Today FM DJ Tony Fenton

The Franks and Fast Tony!

We also popped into 2FM’s Dave Fanning and into Newstalk where Ash gave away the secret formula to Ireland winning Euro 2012.

Thanks so much to all of the DJ’s who’ve been playing Indie Love Song and plugging our upcoming gigs. And thanks to everyone for the very kind words on Facebook and Twitter. 

 

 

Indie Love Song on The Late Late Show, video and photo shoot

What a weekend! It all started on Friday night with our very first appearance on The Late Late Show. After more than 20 years in music we were delighted to be asked on Ireland’s longest running TV show to get a chance to play our brand new single “Indie Love Song”. In case you missed the show live you can watch it below.

It was a great experience and everyone on the show was extremely nice. Unfortunately, Corey Feldman was guarded by 2 big bouncers so we didn’t get a chance to pull on that weird piece of hair he has.
The very next day we started recording the video for “Indie Love Song” in Crosshaven Co Cork. Many of you already know the new album will be called “Greenwich Mean Time” and that the concept of time runs through many of the songs. The video will feature 4 “Paul’s” at different ages (see below).

Frank and Walters Video Shoot for new single "Indie Love Song",

We can’t wait to see the final edit as it was a lot of fun to film!
But the Franks fun didn’t end there. We spent Sunday on a photo shoot in Fort Camden an old Naval base that has been closed to the public since 1988. The shoot was directed by photographer Joleen Cronin who perfectly set the “Greenwich Mean Time” theme in abandoned tunnels and decimated houses surrounded by clocks.
The week ahead will see the “Indie Love Song” PR continue with radio appearances on 2FM and a band favourite “The Dave Fanning Show”.
So what have The Franks learned this weekend? Orange ties work!

If you want to catch these orange ties in action The Franks are live at the following venues

March 16th Leeds. The Northern Monkey
March 17th Liverpool. Zanzibar.
March 23rd Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
March 24th London. Borderline.
March 30th Tullamore. The Thatch.
March 31st Dublin. Workman’s Club.