London-based singer Frankie Forman is to take up a three-month residency at Soho’s Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, starting tonight.
The start of the residency accompanies the release of the video for her new single, Sleaze, directed by photographer Eva Pentel. The song is taken from Hooch, Forman’s latest EP. She says of the release:
“The song and video are about the internal battle between your dark self and your light self, your good and evil, and feeling trapped between them in an ugly little limbo. Its angst-ridden and is all blended together in a lovely little red box of last year’s brilliantly torturous self-examination.”
Forman has been working hard over the past year, releasing Blue Dogs, her debut EP, in 2014, and going on to perform at the Isle of Wight Festival, Camp Bestival, Blissfields, Leefest, Danny Boyle’s Shuffle Festival, and Boomtown. She also secured slots on a number of tours, most notably joining Alabama 3 for their UK tour and supporting Beans On Toast at Electric Ballroom on home turf in Camden.
Forman will perform upstairs at Ronnie Scott’s on Tuesday 17th November 2015, Tuesday 15th December 2015 (Frankie Forman’s Christmas Party), and Tuesday 15th January 2016.
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