A Christmas gift from Frank Hamilton

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Everyone loves free things. I’m presuming if you’re surfing this section of the magazine, you love music. And, stay tuned to this article, and you’ll most likely love Frank Hamilton. And from then, it’s a win-win…

Known for his commitment to writing and recording one song a week for the entire duration of 2012, Frank then went on to record a full 4-track EP, ‘London Eye’, during one rotation of the London landmark.

Holding an extremely successful headline tour under his belt, as well as numerous festival appearances and a collaboration with the almighty Wheatus on ‘Teenage Dirtbag’, it’s safe to say Frank has earned himself a 2014 to remember.

Now, to give something back to his continuously growing support network, Frank has unleashed a sort of Christmas Goodie Bag for his fans. And even better, it’s free. As if his chilled, authentic cover of Mudd’s ‘Lonely This Christmas’ isn’t enough, the heartfelt, cheekily beautiful original entitled ‘(I Wish This Was) A Christmas Song’ is also included in the non-existent price.

“It’s nice to give something away at Christmas.  Especially after the last year or so – the kids have been incredible.  I mean, they’re not all kids but I hate the word fans and everyone likes to feel young, so…” 

Check out Frank’s cover of ‘Lonely This Christmas’ below:

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You can download this Christmas bundle right here!

 

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