Fronteers are an up and coming indie quartet from Hull made up of Andy Towse (vocals/guitar), James Taylor (vocals/guitar), Ellis Keogh (bass), and Lloyd Tuton (drums). We have been loving them since their very first release and were extremely excited to hear about the release of their debut EP Streets We’re Born In released on July 8th via Warren Records. The band is heading on tour for a series of dates with This Feeling and for a load of festivals like The Great Escape, Isle of Wight Festival, and many more.
The first track off of the EP is entitled Full Moon and is an overall outstanding song. It has a different feel than the other Fronteers tracks, but I absolutely love the direction they headed in with this one. The upbeat song brings a new face to indie music. It’s possibly the best release from them to date; I can’t wait to hear what the whole EP will sound like in full.
Streets We’re Born In EP is released on July 8th via Warren Records and will be on (possibly) the world’s first quadruple A-side, double 7″ vinyl, 4 track EP. Listen to Full Moon below.