After playing Tinnabulation Music Festival in September, Frenship, the L.A.-based electro-pop duo of James Sunderland and U-Hi grad Brett Hite, is back in town for a sold-out show at the Bartlett as part of the “Good Morning, Goodbye” tour, the band’s first North American headlining tour.
After a quiet end to 2017, Sunderland and Hite have been busy as of late.
They’ve been on the “Good Morning, Goodbye” tour for the last month, with sold-out shows in Nashville, Washington, D.C., Boston, Minneapolis, Chicago and San Francisco, and will be out on the road until early June, including a performance at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival.
The duo has also been steadily releasing new music recently.
“Love Somebody” dropped in February and was followed by “Good Morning, Goodbye” in March.
Just in time for this show, Frenship will release “Mi Amore” on Friday.
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