"She just gets better doesn't she?"- A&R Factory
"I can tell you've been doing this for a while"- Jessie J
"I love this"- Sinead Harnett
Beyond the simple pleasures of enjoying music there is
an elusive quality about the artform that is hard to pinpoint. It might be that music affords some of us the ability to be open and vulnerable; to be able to lose oneself while simultaneously being completely in the moment.For Frannie B, music’s always been just that -- a safe space where she can truly express the inner workings of her mind, a place where she can be free. It is through her brand of modern Pop that Frannie B seeks to replicate that same magical feeling for others, leaving a radiating glow on each and every listener that her music touches.
Stylistically, Frannie B draws from a plethora of artists in the Pop ecosphere. From the big Pop hooks of Rita Ora, to the darker shades of Dua Lipa, and even lashings of RnB stylings ala Kehlani thrown in for good measure, Frannie B’s music is as dynamic as it is diverse. Sonically, her music could be described as a melting pot of soulful and gentle vocal lines colliding with an ocean of digital sounds.
Her music has risen to critical acclaim in a short amount of time, with praise received from notable artists including Sinead Harnett and Anne Marie, as well as a whole host of press mentions. Additionally, Frannie B has landed consistent airplay multiple times on BBC Radio, BBC Upload and BBC Bristol to name just a few.
In 2018, she wrapped up her first UK tour, playing everywhere from smaller local shows to support slots at the revered O2 Academy 2 in Islington. Notably, she also performed to the Mayor of Oxford and at The Brixton Jamm. Outside of her own music, Frannie B also lends her vocal talents to established artists in the music industry, including alt rock sensation Supergrass, and has shared the stage with Charlie Dore and Jessie J.