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Good Morning, Goodbye! FRENSHIP to headline Neighborhood Theatre

See ya at the show!

Electropop supergroup FRENSHIP are on the bill to headline one of Charlotte’s eclectic venues, The Neighborhood Theatre, next week! Supporting their latest single “MI Amore”, FRENSHIP embarked on their Good Morning, Goodbye Tour in the Spring and will be crossing Charlotte of their list June 5th.

While paying their dues working in retail, James Sunderland and Brett Hite found common ground in each other’s musical palettes. With a love of 80s synth pop and an effervescent pool of L.A. magic, the two formed FRENSHIP shortly after their actual friendship began. The twosome signed on with Columbia Records and presented the industry with their debut EP “Truce” in 2016.

Their lead single “Capsize” found them at the top of multiple charts, surpassing 20 million streams in its first month on the airwaves. Multiply those streams by 15 and you’ve got the dream – “Capsize” has over 300 million streams to date, and earned the duo a spot on the Breakout Artist of the year chart.

2018 has found FRENSHIP with another single that’s challenging their discography’s success, and rising to it. “1000 Nights” and it’s exclusive music video are marking up history on its own, and will attract fans to the Neighborhood Theatre for a chance to see it live!

You can catch the band at Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza to close out the summer, but their whereabouts will be a mystery after that! Don’t wanna risk it, right? See you at the show!

Want a chance to hang with the guys? Head over to our Twitter for chance to win a pair of tickets + meet & greet!

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Check out tour dates here!

Sheila Walsh graduated from USC Aiken in 2015 with a degree in English. While in school, she won an essay competition for an argumentative essay on why the arts are crucial to the education system. Additionally, she was recruited to play volleyball for USCA and contributed to a weekly journal discussing the life of a student-athlete. She currently resides in Charlotte, NC.

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