Supported by BBC Introducing in Suffolk
Frank Pescod, London born, Suffolk raised has adopted an array of sounds and styles to create truly individual music and is being heralded as one of the UK’s most distinctive new talents.
Pescod’s influences range from The Beatles, Miles Davis, Paul Simon and The Pogues to Motown greats Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin and Otis Redding. Not forgetting a healthy slice of pop music all helping to create bold and beautiful genre-bending tunes that fuse electro beats, guitars and his beautiful vocal.
With years of experience in the industry (he previously managed Stornoway), Pescod has worked with Eg White, one of the UK’s leading pop writers (Adele, Duffy, James Blunt) and Sam Williams, the producer behind Supergrass.
After support from BBC DJs including Rob Da Bank, Huw Stephens, Lauren Laverne and Zane Lowe, To Be Frank released his latest EP Nothing in July.
To Be Frank at Reading Festival 2013
Liosta cluich air BBC Introducing Stage air 25/08/2013 aig Reading
Half The Moon
Show Me The Way