Uncle Frank are back with heartwarming new single Somethin’ Somethin’

Posted on Dec 26 2014 - 5:19pm by admin

Uncle Frank duo new song Somethin' Somethin'PH

Leicester lads Frank Banbini and Naim Cortazzi make up Uncle Frank

If you haven’t already heard of Leicester duo Uncle Frank then you might be in for a deal with.

The band, made of fun Lovin’ Criminals drummer Frank Benbini and Naim Cortazzi, have spent years making music and their outstanding output ranges from soul to funk and outdated-college hip hop.

if you have heard of them, you’re in for a shock as their new single Somethin’ Somethin’ from the debut album Smiles For Miles is a romantic love tune in line with the everyday boy-meets-woman-but-fails-at-every-flip situation.

Frank himself mentioned of the track: “it can be Uncle Frank like you could have never heard us ahead of, it is truly sweet and innocent.”

appears like a soppy one so make sure to have tissues at the prepared!

Scroll down to look at Uncle Frank talking about their new single…

Uncle Frank are in for a thrilling 2015 with an upcoming tour on the agenda in addition to a brand new album liberate.

The band, who’ve worked with the likes of satisfied Monday’s, Beverley Knight and Sinead O’Connor have an in depth young fan base and will be enjoying shows at greater than 25 UK universities once they commence visiting from February next yr.

Bringing their music to a youthful target market is a riding ardour for the dynamic duo. in fact, the title Uncle Frank is partly inspired by means of the significance of household existence to Benbini and the very fact he is a giant brother to no longer handiest his personal younger siblings but additionally to the folks in his neighborhood.

Scroll down to listen to the director of Somethin’ Somethin’ speaking concerning the new video

Instrumentalists and producers Frank and Naim spent three months recording the new songs of their home studio and ultimately ended up with debut album Smiles For Miles, blended by means of Grammy Award winning mixer and producer Tim Latham.

Benbini first met Latham all the way through a Lou Reed session at Quad Studios in ny. They straight away hit it off, and when it came to mixing the Uncle Frank album, Latham believed in the venture a lot, he dedicated to it earlier than Uncle Frank even secured a report deal.

The album captures the musical passions of the duo who’re like a younger Ray Winstone (Frank) and Biggie Smalls (Naim).

appears like a super aggregate to us.

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