Based in Canada, I'm Not Frank's music is pure Alternative Pop-Rock bliss with melodies that are sure to stay in your head for days. Their long list of influences includes groups like Wilco, Odds, Pearl Jam, and Weezer, making their music appealing to a wide range of Rock music fans. I'm Not Frank's song "For Harriet" was used in the feature-length movie "Two Indians Talking" in 2010, and their music is featured regularly on Breakfast Television Vancouver. Filling a void in today's Indie music scene, their radio-ready tracks will make your next big project shine.
Neil Young-inspired rock track about the struggle of a native grandmother to save her heritage. Punctuated by native chants and distorted guitars. Male vocals. Male Vocals, Indie Rock Music, Alternative Rock
An ode to the ultimate super-hero, Spiderman. A catchy, bluesy guitar riff is followed by clever lyrics espousing why Spidey is the best. A gigantic Weezer-like rock chorus tops off this catchy tune. Instrumental, Rock Music, Pop Rock