Just weeks on from the release of their latest track “be free.”, Los Angeles-based duo NEIL FRANCES have unveiled their latest single, sharing the eclectically-peppy “finding rhythm” today.
Having formed a number of years ago, the cross-continental duo – comprising Sydney-born Jordan Feller and southern Californian Marc Gilfry – have been making massive steps in recent years, with their 2017 cover of “Music Sounds Better With You” having amassed more than 61 million streams since its release.
Now, following on from the arrival of an EP earlier in the year, the pair have unveiled their latest offering, teaming up with Toronto alt-pop songstress GRAE for “finding rhythm”.
Built around hazy instrumentation, a funky bassline, and understated vocals, “finding rhythm” was co-written by GRAE, who also offers her stellar pipes for the final track.
Described as being about the inner workings of a relationship’s universe, NEIL FRANCES note that they want the track to serve as a helpful reminder that there are ebbs and flows, external forces involved in our every day.
With debut album, There Is No Neil Frances, set to arrive soon, the pair have been perfecting their live set recently, with a 26-date headline tour of North America set to kick off in January. Though there’s no word as to when Aussie fans might be able to expect an appearance on local shores, at least we’ve got the likes of “finding rhythm” to rely on in the meantime.
NEIL FRANCES’ “finding rhythm” is out now, while debut album There Is No Neil Frances will be released on January 28th.