Indie-pop musician Eric Frisch has released some heart-rending music and he’s sharing it with TheHollywood360.com
Frisch is a down-to-Earth singer-songwriter who has traveled the world in search of subjects for his songs.
He’s played at The Cavern Club in Liverpool, at Dundas Square in front of thousands in Toronto, legendary rock club The Bitter End, Webster Hall, Rockwood Music Hall, Pianos, The Living Room and The Bowery Electric.
He’s toured through the Northeast, starting in Boston and going to Albany, Philadelphia, NYC, Baltimore, Washington DC.
Listen to “I Can’t Sing With a Broken Heart:”
Head Up in the Clouds is another lilting ballad that captures the imagination of romantics in Hollywood and beyond. After all, if you don’t keep your head up in the clouds, where will it be, he asks.
His songs are similar in nature to Cat Stevens, blending the best of Stevens’ lyrics and melodies with Wilco’s honesty.
Check out the video for “Late in the Night,” a Father John Misty-like composition that gives a flash of The National.