- 20 Apr 16
Seventh studio LP from Cork indie heroes
The fact that The Frank And Walters became indie stars in the early ’90s is both surprising and completely natural. The world, including British media royalty, fell in love with their innate knack for penning killer melodies, the kind of tunes that saw them become stalwarts of indie discos from Glasgow to Galway. But at the same time, there was often a depth and darkness to Paul Linehan’s lyrics that belied the songs’ cheeky pop sensibilities and suggested they might make uncomfortable pop stars.