In 2012 Swedish four-piece Frantic Sunday from Uppsala made international festival debut in front of 4 000 fans at Sazavafest. After having rotated on MTV and national radio channel P3, and played at one of Sweden√¢‚Ç¨‚Ñ¢s biggest festivals, Way Out West.
The first release of 2013 is the single Ikaros. Followed by a North American tour.
The band rehearsed together in Uppsala the first time the last Sunday of September 2008. Since then close to 100 gigs in the U.S., the Czech Republic, Norway and Sweden have exploded, among them the Peace and Love festival, Debaser Medis and Debaser Malm√É¬∂. The band has been commended by critics and audiences both for the manic live shows and the recordings.
Ikaros is a song about total devotion.
"From the first chord, I was pretty much hooked...I could not wait to hear the next. Clean, crisp, energetic, honest" (Christine Vo, Laub Entertainment, San Francisco, U.S.)
"5/5. So good I want to put a 6...nothing less than magic. I leave the show speechless, wired and euphoric. I've seen the future, and the name of the future is Frantic Sunday" (David Olgarsson, Dagbladet, Sundsvall, Sweden)
"One of next Summer's most partyproof festival bands. They're going to be everywhere!" (Patrik Forshage, N√É¬∂jesguiden, Stockholm, Sweden)
Listen to radio channel P3 single: http://soundcloud.com/franticsunday/the-city-is-listening
Watch MTV-video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5cf0GXH1Dwo
Booking, Scandinavia: Ola Broquist, Luger/Live Nation, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Booking, rest of Europe: Michael Schuh, Solar Penguin, email@example.com.
Management: Ulrika Holmberg, Addmore: firstname.lastname@example.org