Froth drop new single ’77’ and announce UK live dates in September

Froth are set to release with their fourth album, Duress, this Friday, following a two-year hiatus. After sharing ‘Laurel’, the Los Angeles trio of Joo-Joo Ashworth, Jeremy Katz and Cameron Allen are teasing the record again with new single ’77’. Frontman JooJoo Ashworth explained how the song came to life, while working with co-producer Tomas Dolas (Oh Sees/Mr. Elevator):

“Toward the end of the album, Tomas and I were really digging deep into my voice memos trying to see what was worth making into a real song. I had him play bass and synth while I sung and played some guitar. Only with Tomas would we ever come up with an odd timing song. The lyrics are mostly about when I was living with my parents for a couple months after I got kicked out of my apartment by an evil landlord.”

Take a listen to ’77’ and watch out for the album’s release on June 7th through Wichita Recordings.


In other related news, Froth are crossing the pond for a handful of live dates in the UK this September. Check all their stops below:

8th September – Komedia, Brighton
9th September – YES, Manchester
10th September – Nice ‘n Sleazy, Glasgow
11th September – Hare & Hounds, Birmingham
12th September – Studio 9294, London

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