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The Anatomy Of Frank release new album ‘South America’!

Posted Fri, 01 Sep 2017


For fans of... The Antlers, Sufjan Stevens, Sea Wolf, Freelance Whales

"... a breathtaking and intimate

exploration of life, love, travel and

being..."


- Atwood Magazine



"... a melancholic folk-rock masterpiece."
- The Line Of Best Fit


"Some of the most inspiring melody arrangements & progressions."
- Impose Magazine


Virginia based folk-rock trio The Anatomy of Frank explore nostalgia, relationships and mortality with the release of their latest album South America, out now via Polar Islands. You can buy the album via Bandcamp and stream it on Spotify now.

To celebrate the release, the album premiered on Atwood Magazine and you can also listen to it via The Anatomy of Frank's Bandcamp page now.


Taken from the album, emotive single Holy Mountain premiered on The Line Of Best Fit and is also available to stream on the band's Soundcloud page now.


Having formed in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2010 as a five-piece, in 2015 the band found themselves in a state of disarray with the departure of two members. As a result, Kyle Woolard (guitar, vocals), Jimmy Bullis (keyboards) and Max Bollinger (drums) decided to re-orchestrate their sound and breathe new life into the band’s identity.

The band had a valiant ambition to record an album on all seven continents and South America is the result. With a combination of brass, keys, strings, solid harmonies and rich melodies throughout, this album is an instantly immersive experience. The first single, La Llorona, focusses on the complexities of relationships when desire becomes self-destructive. Lead singer Kyle's soft, warm vocals and his intricate guitar plucking weave together effortlessly before a soaring choral line is introduced, shifting the song into an ethereal soundscape. Each offering on South America shows a different side to the trio, whether it’s the instantly catchy indie-rock style of The Sunken Coast or the intimate musings of ‘Viteri’, this album captivates immediately with each starting note.

The band were set to begin recording in Ecuador, however the loss of a loved one inevitably affected their work. With support from family and friends, the trio found their strength and used their pain to produce their most poignant album to date. Now, The Anatomy of Frank are ready to spread their wings, performing at a number of festivals over the summer including Wilderness Festival and Camp Bestival to name a few.

South America is out now via Polar islands and is available to buy via Bandcamp and stream on Spotify now.

If you'd like to find out more about The Anatomy of Frank or A Badge of Friendship's PR services, please email info@abadgeoffriendship.com.

The Anatomy Of Frank announce new single ‘The Sunken Coast’!

Posted Thu, 10 Aug 2017


"... the perfect summer wind-down

song..."


- Substream Magazine



"... a melancholic folk-rock masterpiece."
- The Line Of Best Fit


"Some of the most inspiring melody arrangements & progressions."
- Impose Magazine


For fans of... The Antlers, Sufjan Stevens, Sea Wolf, Freelance Whales

Virginia based folk-rock trio The Anatomy of Frank explore nostalgia, relationships and mortality with the release of their latest album South America, out on 1st September 2017 via Polar Islands. You can pre-order the album now via Bandcamp.

Taken from the album, the band's catchy new single The Sunken Coast premiered on Substream Magazine and is also available to stream on The Anatomy Of Frank's Soundcloud page now.


Having formed in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2010 as a five-piece, in 2015 the band found themselves in a state of disarray with the departure of two members. As a result, Kyle Woolard (guitar, vocals), Jimmy Bullis (keyboards) and Max Bollinger (drums) decided to re-orchestrate their sound and breathe new life into the band’s identity.

The band had a valiant ambition to record an album on all seven continents and South America is the result. With a combination of brass, keys, strings, solid harmonies and rich melodies throughout, this album is an instantly immersive experience. The first single, La Llorona, focusses on the complexities of relationships when desire becomes self-destructive. Lead singer Kyle's soft, warm vocals and his intricate guitar plucking weave together effortlessly before a soaring choral line is introduced, shifting the song into an ethereal soundscape. Each offering on South America shows a different side to the trio, whether it’s the instantly catchy indie-rock style of ’Sunken Coast’ or the intimate musings of ‘Viteri’, this album captivates immediately with each starting note.

The band were set to begin recording in Ecuador, however the loss of a loved one inevitably affected their work. With support from family and friends, the trio found their strength and used their pain to produce their most poignant album to date. Now, The Anatomy of Frank are ready to spread their wings, performing at a number of festivals over the summer including Wilderness Festival and Camp Bestival to name a few.

South America is out on 1st September 2017 via Polar islands. You can pre-order the album now via Bandcamp.

If you'd like to find out more about The Anatomy of Frank or A Badge of Friendship's PR services, please email info@abadgeoffriendship.com.

The Anatomy Of Frank announce new single ‘Holy Mountain’!

Posted Tue, 04 Jul 2017


"... a melancholic folk-rock

masterpiece."

- The Line Of Best Fit



"Some of the most inspiring melody arrangements & progressions."
- Impose Magazine


For fans of... The Antlers, Sufjan Stevens, Sea Wolf, Freelance Whales

Virginia based folk-rock trio The Anatomy of Frank explore nostalgia, relationships and mortality with the release of their latest album South America, out on 1st September 2017 via Polar Islands. You can pre-order the album now via Bandcamp.

Ahead of the album's release, the band have shared their emotive new single Holy Mountain. The track premiered on The Line Of Best Fit and is also available to stream on the band's Soundcloud page now.


Having formed in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2010 as a five-piece, in 2015 the band found themselves in a state of disarray with the departure of two members. As a result, Kyle (guitar, vocals), Jimmy Bullis (keyboards) and Max Bollinger (drums) decided to re-orchestrate their sound and breathe new life into the band’s identity.

The band had a valiant ambition to record an album on all seven continents and South America is the result. With a combination of brass, keys, strings, solid harmonies and rich melodies throughout, this album is an instantly immersive experience. The first single, La Llorona, focusses on the complexities of relationships when desire becomes self-destructive. Lead singer Kyle Woolard’s soft, warm vocals and his intricate guitar plucking weave together effortlessly before a soaring choral line is introduced, shifting the song into an ethereal soundscape. Each offering on South America shows a different side to the trio, whether it’s the instantly catchy indie-rock style of ’Sunken Coast’ or the intimate musings of ‘Viteri’, this album captivates immediately with each starting note.

The band were set to begin recording in Ecuador, however the loss of a loved one inevitably affected their work. With support from family and friends, the trio found their strength and used their pain to produce their most poignant album to date. Now, The Anatomy of Frank are ready to spread their wings, performing at a number of festivals over the summer including Wilderness Festival and Camp Bestival to name a few.

Catch The Anatomy of Frank live at the following dates:

27 - 30th July - Camp Bestival - Lulworth Castle, Dorset
31st July - Castle Hotel - Manchester
2nd August - Paper Dress Vintage - London
3rd August - Wilderness Festival - Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire

South America is out on 1st September 2017 via Polar islands and La Llorona is available to download via Bandcamp and stream on Spotify now.

If you'd like to find out more about The Anatomy of Frank or A Badge of Friendship's PR services, please email info@abadgeoffriendship.com.

Introducing… The Anatomy of Frank!

Posted Wed, 21 Jun 2017


"Some of the most inspiring melody

arrangements & progressions."


- Impose Magazine



For fans of... The Antlers, Sufjan Stevens, Sea Wolf, Freelance Whales


The Virginia based folk-rock trio The Anatomy of Frank explore nostalgia, relationships and mortality with the release of their latest album South America, out on 1st September 2017 via Polar Islands. You can pre-order the album now via Bandcamp.

The first single to be taken from the album, La Llorona, premiered on The Vinyl District and is also available to stream on the band's Soundcloud page and Spotify now.



Having formed in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2010 as a five-piece, in 2015 the band found themselves in a state of disarray with the departure of two members. As a result, Kyle (guitar, vocals), Jimmy Bullis (keyboards) and Max Bollinger (drums) decided to re-orchestrate their sound and breathe new life into the band’s identity.

The band had a valiant ambition to record an album on all seven continents and South America is the result. With a combination of brass, keys, strings, solid harmonies and rich melodies throughout, this album is an instantly immersive experience. The first single, La Llorona, focusses on the complexities of relationships when desire becomes self-destructive. Lead singer Kyle Woolard’s soft, warm vocals and his intricate guitar plucking weave together effortlessly before a soaring choral line is introduced, shifting the song into an ethereal soundscape. Each offering on South America shows a different side to the trio, whether it’s the instantly catchy indie-rock style of ’Sunken Coast’ or the intimate musings of ‘Viteri’, this album captivates immediately with each starting note.

The band were set to begin recording in Ecuador, however the loss of a loved one inevitably affected their work. With support from family and friends, the trio found their strength and used their pain to produce their most poignant album to date. Now, The Anatomy of Frank are ready to spread their wings, performing at a number of festivals over the summer including Wilderness Festival and Camp Bestival to name a few.

Catch The Anatomy of Frank live at the following dates:

27 - 30th July - Camp Bestival - Lulworth Castle, Dorset
31st July - Castle Hotel - Manchester
3rd August - Wilderness Festival - Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire


South America is out on 1st September 2017 via Polar islands and La Llorona is available to download via Bandcamp and stream on Spotify now.

If you'd like to find out more about The Anatomy of Frank or A Badge of Friendship's PR services, please email info@abadgeoffriendship.com.