Frank Hamilton Releases #LondonEyeEP

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Having taken his difficult challenge of #OneSongAWeek to massive success, it was time for Frank to unveil his next original idea- #LondonEyeEP.

Setting out to record a 4-track EP live on the London Eye was always going to spark a reaction; especially as Frank planned to achieve this in the time it took to do one full circle. A beautifully stripped back set of some of Frank’s most well written songs, including the acclaimed ‘Flaws and Ceilings’, which was crowned the iTunes Single of the Week in the not so distant past, and featured the crisp vocals of fellow British singer/songwriter, Lauren Aquilina.

Also in the mix for this EP are tracks ‘If I Die Tomorrow’, ‘Birds (4am), and of course the most accurate for the given setting- ‘This Is England’. These four tracks were filmed during one cycle of the London Eye and are now available to view online- yes there’s video footage!

The one word to describe Frank and his music inside and out is “British”, and he couldn’t have honoured this image much further. A beautiful set of tracks performed to capture another of Frank’s unique ideas.


You can watch #LondonEyeEP HERE.


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