Frannie B – Monsters (Review)

Frannie B – Monsters

Dark-pop artist Frannie B draws inspiration from the likes of Halsey and Kehlani to mix pop with RnB. Receiving praise from some of her favourite artists in these genres, including the likes of Sinead Harnett and Anne Marie, it’ll come as no surprise that Frannie B has achieved airplay multiple times on BBC Introducing in Oxford. Beyond her own music, Frannie B has also provided backing vocals for fellow established artists in the music industry, including alt-rock outfit ‘Supergrass’. Released April 10th, ‘Monsters‘ is Frannie B’s
latest anthem.

“’Monsters’ is a dark electro-pop track about wanting someone to open up so that you can help them. It addresses the monsters that we all carry and how it is healthy to share their weight with those who care for you.” 

‘Monsters’ illuminates itself as a strong contender in Frannie B’s career to date. Featuring a soulful vocal tone and a wonderful mixture of dark undertones in the RnB arrangement, ‘Monsters’ is a comfort within the current darkness of the world. 

Score: 4/5


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