We’re pleased to premiere the latest single and music video from an incredible Alternative Post-Punk duo from Santiago de Chile, Frank’s White Canvas. They bring to the table a wild fusion of noisy and colorful, melodic sounds, forging their own dark and unique signature. Fans of bands like Savages should enjoy the intense vocals and musicality on display. Count us in as new fans who will be following every move of this band’s career on-the-rise.
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The future of Rock/Pop made in Chile has arrived — and it’s feminine.
Karin Aguilera and Francisca Torés are Frank’s White Canvas, the group with the largest projection on the national scene. Today they are launching the music video Sleep, Work, Eat, the first release from their new album recorded in London, England, and produced by Dimitri Tikovoï (Placebo, The Horrors, Blondie, Charlie XCX).
The song Sleep, Work, Eat has an ambitious and detailed sound in which Frank’s White Canvas maintains a stand out melody that rises to a climax in a memorable chorus. Concerning the theme of the song, the band has commented “It’s about being trapped in by what others expect from you, going around in circles, wanting to move forward and not being able, being under pressure to produce, without the motivation. We think a lot of people identify with this kind feeling.”
Sleep, Work, Eat was released on the streaming platforms Friday, August 23rd. Today the music video, directed by Gabriel Sara, makes its appearance and reveals for the first time the group’s new image.
Frank’s White Canvas came about through a fortunate encounter. Karin and Francisca met in high school through the formation of a band to compete in an all school event. Their musical affinities led them to join forces in different projects that eventually led to birth of Frank’s White Canvas in 2014. Since then they have produced the EPs Intuition and Exist. In 2018 they were selected in a contest from among more than a thousand bands to participate in the Mad Cool Festival in Madrid, sharing the stage with artists such as Pearl Jam and Depeche Mode. At the year’s end they opened for the concert of L7 in Santiago, and last March they appeared for the first time in Lollapalooza Chile.
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