Los Angeles Indie-pop duo Frenship released a new video today for their latest single “LOVE Somebody.” They also announced a 36-date North American headlining tour, entitled the Good Morning, Goodbye Tour.
The video for “LOVE Somebody” is a collage of images depicting different forms of love, from the traditional boyfriend/girlfriend relationship to friends rollerskating in a park to the love between a person and their pet (in this case a snake). The washed out visuals lend a wistfulness to the proceedings, like a memory.
In an interview with Billboard, James Sunderland said, “We’d been gone for a while, so we hadn’t put a song out in… I don’t know how long, but in quite a bit, and you’re always a little worried of putting something new out, and you kinda go, ‘Is this gonna do all right?’ But it’s been good so far,” he says, adding that the song’s positive message in this divisive political climate “felt timely.”
James Sunderland and Brett Hite just finished a tour opening up for Bastille. They hit the road again in April with a stop at Bonnaroo this summer. “LOVE Somebody” is the follow-up to their 2016 mega-hit “Capsize” and their Truce EP, released last fall.
Frenship hit the El Rey here in Los Angeles on May 11th. You can buy your tickets here.
You can buy a copy of “LOVE Somebody” in all your favorite digital formats here.
Watch the video for “LOVE Somebody” below: