The EP’s official release is due for November 13th via Bayonet Records.
Last year, Greta Kline aka Frankie Cosmos released her debut LP “Zentropy” via the micro-indie label Double Double Whammy.
She is back this year with her new EP “Fit Me In”, a fun and poppy project with a serious production behind it.
“Fit Me In” sounds like a mix between the melancholy you’d feel when you’re back to the routine after a great summer with the one you love and some comforting feelings. It is kind of a mix between pop and poetry.
In this EP, Frankie shows that she grew up, but she knows that she is still young at the same time.
“Korean Food” is the first track of the EP, but the song already appeared in Greta‘s self-released project “Daddy Cool” in 2013.
Followed by the great “Young”, the most powerful song of “Fit Me In” and the official second single of the EP.
“O Contest Winner” have some similarities with “Korean Food” in the beginning, but takes a different turn in the middle. And then the EP ends with “Sand”. One of those short but amazing songs that you wish were longer, but still cannot get enough.
Frankie‘s video for “Art School”