Freedom Fry - 'Friends And Enemies' [Track of the Day]
A French girl, Marie Seyrat and an American boy, Bruce Driscoll make up the LA-based duo, Freedom Fry. With a band name using a play on words, this duo is serious about creatively showcasing their music project beyond what you hear.
After releasing a western-influenced EP, Outlaws, Freedom Fry aim to give their fans a fresh set of tracks on their latest EP, Friends And Enemies, which is set to be digitally released on April 2nd. The first single of the same name proves to be a winner of minimal, simplistic pleasure.
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