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The single, “Glue,” a corona-coaster family anthem, is about appreciating the people you’re stuck with, in good times and bad.
Glue Music Video
England’s Upcoming EP “Honey”
Honey will stream on all music services starting on Friday, November 6th. This is a soothing and intimate collection of new and reimagined acoustic, wind-down tunes for children and families. Sonically, the album has the feel of an old Iron & Wine record with lyrics that speak to children and parents’ experiences, offering listeners a way to relax and unwind.
Recorded on tape at Tiny Telephone Studio in San Francisco, the sparse instrumentation leaves plenty of room for England’s lush, layered vocals to work their magic as she sings about red balloons, best friends, home and Daddy-Os. The first single, “Glue,” a corona-coaster family anthem, is about appreciating the people you’re stuck with, in good times and bad.
England has a gift for capturing the wonders, simple pleasures and beauty of childhood in ways that both kids and parents appreciate. Her sparkly, acoustic pop songs are both catchy and heartfelt and offer families a unique, slightly offbeat alternative to mainstream kids music. As the Los Angeles Times has said, each Frances England song is “a little treasure of artistry, creativity and heart.” And, as Parents’ Choice noted about her last album, “England’s authentic warmth and her ability to craft her songs from the perspectives of both parent and child infuse every track.”
England created the music video for “Glue and the upcoming video for the new recording of “Daddy-O,” which is one of her best-loved songs. She invites fans and families to record and share their own home videos demonstrating who they’ve been joyfully “stuck” with in 2020.
For more information about Frances England, visit www.francesengland.com.