The Froot ’67 are a band who’s influences are unashamedly cemented in late 60′s prog rock (the clue is in the name!) despite the fact they’re barely out of school. That’s right, this serious looking bunch of hairy hippies are still teenagers.. which for us makes this even more cool.
The Froot '67 play the late sixties-style psychedelic and progressive rock. Influenced by the greats such as The Doors, Alice Cooper, Pink Floyd (and of course The Beatles), The Froot '67 vow to take you to a time that seems almost extinct in today's society; to a time that music is a way of life.
Much like their music, the band themselves are mature, well educated and seriously focused.
When asked about the single lead singer and guitarist Louie Donaghue said “I Don't Wanna Stay' is the issue of not being able to live up to the way that today's society expects; that being our generation, not just ourselves. Our youth, is profoundly unable to break past the barrier, the life plan that they are 'expected' to fulfil. We choose our own fate, our own fortunes: and this is the way the world was intended. We wouldn't want to stay in a world that intended otherwise.” So go ahead, turn on, tune in, and trip out!!
WATCH THE OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO HERE: youtu.be/rsZ6jNFjFSc
released May 13, 2016
Produced by Stewart Baxter at Warren Studios Hull © Warren Records 2016. All tracks written and performed by The Froot '67
THE FROOT ‘67 are:
Louie Donaghue (Vocals/Guitar), Stevie Newby (Vocals/Bass), Zach Penrose (Guitar) & Jack Newton (Drums).