This past weekend, Cincinnati hosted the sixth annual Bunbury Music Festival on the banks of the Ohio River, playing host to the likes of The 1975, Muse, Wiz Khalifa, Death Cab for Cutie and more. On Saturday, rising indie pop duo FRENSHIP took the Nissan Stage supporting their 2016 debut EP Truce.
Last year saw FRENSHIP, composed of James Sunderland and Brett Hite, breakthrough with their hit single “Capsize”, featuring Emily Warren. Before their Saturday performance at Bunbury, the duo made a stop at the WCPO Lounge to perform a stripped-down rendition of “Capsize” along with Warren. Take a listen to the performance below:
With Bunbury in the books, FRENSHIP will be heading out for a few more dates later this summer, including a stop at Lollapalooza. If you haven’t yet had the chance to pick up a copy of Truce, you can download the EP on iTunes. Then check out their entire WCPO Lounge Acts performance here.
Posted by Kiel Hauck