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Frances Quinlan Of Hop Along Announces Debut Solo Album 'Likewise', Shares First Track Rare Thing

Tuesday, 22 October 2019 Written by Helen Payne

Photo: Julia Khorosilov

Frances Quinlan has announced a debut solo album.

The frontwoman of Hop Along will put out ‘Likewise’ on January 31 via Saddle Creek. Recorded with bandmate Joe Reinhart at Philadelphia’s Headroom Studios, the songwriter stated that, “working with Joe on this made me able to better see that the guitar is just one vehicle... there are so many others to explore.” 

The record’s first cut, Rare Thing, features digital beats, synthesisers and keyboards alongside Quinlan’s distinctive voice delivering ideas of love in a chaotic world.

'Likewise' tracklist:

1. Piltdown Man
2. Your Reply
3. Rare Thing
4. Detroit Lake
5. A Secret
6. Went To LA
7. Lean
8. Now That I'm Back
9. Carry the Zero (Built To Spill cover)

Hop Along released their latest album, ‘Bark Your Head Off, Dog’, in 2018.





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