Almost two years after he left London to settle in Los Angeles, pop singer Frankmusik returned home to play the Cherrytree London concert on Monday. This gig marked his very first performance in London since his move, and many fans and friends came out to see what Frank has been been up to in America.
Frank moved to Los Angeles to recharge his creative mojo and challenge himself to further evolve his brand of pop. After building his own studio in Hollywood and working with different hot shot producers (including Dallas Austin in Atlanta), he ended up forging a powerful creative friendship with Cherrytree Records' chief Martin "Cherry Cherry Boom Boom" Kierszenbaum. The two started writing and collaborating together to create a fresh new pop sound for the singer.
The first result of their teaming was "The Fear Inside" that alerted fans there was a new Frank in town. That buzz tune was followed by the titletrack of his forthcoming new album, titled "Do It In The AM," which will be released as a single in the U.K. next week and is already available on iTunes in the U.S. That song neatly introduces Frank's tighter, brighter new sound that is more focused and polished, yet still very him.