Frequencies

by The Big Believe

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energygirl Love it, love it, love it! Makes me wanna jump for joy.
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Janice Keegan Amanda of The Big Believe is quite literally my favorite British music artist because of her very British style and because of the stories she puts into her lyrics and the emotion she puts into the melodies of her songs. I have worn out every record she's produced haha. She is so true to herself and her music and you can really feel that in every song. Trust me, you can't go wrong with any purchase from The Big Believe...believe me. 😊
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Something new is happening at Aldora Britain Records with this single release from The Big Believe. The song, FREQUENCIES, is the very first on our label to feature a female lead vocalist and also delves further into the electronic realms of the synthesiser. It is something a bit different and it is sonically captivating.

'Frequencies' is the brand new offering from English synthwave upstarts, The Big Believe. The track snapshots this electronic project in its full glory. In this case, Amanda Thompson performs as a one-woman band, delivering a punchy and unforgettable foray into modern synthwave brilliance with a noir post-punk edge. There are obvious new wave and electronica influences at play too. 'Frequencies' is cleverly written and constructed, allowing Thompson the space to entice listeners in further with a flawlessly enthralling performance.

FOR FANS OF... Blondie, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Cars and The Drums.

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released March 8, 2021

Written, recorded and produced by Amanda Thompson at her home studio.
Mixed by Fritz Catlin at Shorestone Studios, Hastings.
Artwork by Peter Quinnell.
Released by Tom Hilton on Aldora Britain Records (ABR-138).
Amanda dedicated this single to her friend, Jo.

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