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"Pretty Girls" by Eric Frisch

NYC artist Eric Frisch has recently released his first self-produced full-length album entitled Goodbye Birdcage. The album merges modern indie pop with 50’s and 60’s pop to create it’s own unique sound.

A throwback to 50s and 60s pop productions, Frisch created an album that was true to his biggest influences like the Beatles and the Beach Boys and reminiscent of the classic Motown sound. His other influences range from Sam Cooke and the Four Tops to Bob Dylan and Jackie Wilson. Frisch wrote all of the songs in a two week span, and each track tells a story. For instance, the title track is about Frisch leaving his home in Toronto behind and moving to New York City to pursue music.

Frisch has performed at venues like Rockwood Music Hall, the Bowery Electric, the Living Room, and the Studio at Webster Hall. A talented artist and performer, he writes songs that are original, catchy, and memorable.

The album can be streamed in full via Soundcloud. Plus, visit Youtube to view the official videos for “Pretty Girls” and “Learn to Swim.”

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“Pretty Girls” by Eric Frisch

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Image and mp3 courtesy of Matt Bacon, Intern at Independent Music Promotions

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