Frisky Monkey | Involved but Not Committed

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Involved but Not Committed

by Frisky Monkey

Wholly original music that harkens back unabashedly to the ‘80s New Wave/Synthpop sound and makes it new again
Genre: Electronic: Synthpop
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1. Involved but Not Committed
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2. Strings Attached
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3. Fragments of a Dream (feat. Tabetha Durham)
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4. Afterthought
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5. Innocent Bystander (feat. Meredith MacDonald)
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6. Irrational Hope
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7. Stores Untold (feat. Tabetha Durham)
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8. The Quiet One (feat. Tricia Lee Kelshall)
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9. Submission Day
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10. Giving Up On Love (feat. Trey Hawkins)
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11. Optimistic Too Soon (feat. Tricia Lee Kelshall)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“Frisky Monkey has hit the scene to pull synthpop back into the warmth.” - Michael Vorndran/Fenuxe Magazine

“David Bowie, Depeche Mode and Gorillaz ménaged and birthed a love child” – Deedra Lavon

“Turn the bass up, your calendar back, and bob your head to a new wave of electro-pop.” – Trey Hawkins of Echo Collection

“Frisky Monkey is perhaps an anomaly on the Atlanta music scene: a duo that writes and performs wholly original music that harkens back unabashedly to the ‘80s New Wave sound” – Van Gower/David Magazine


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