Frith, Loud Mouth Review
Hailing from Los Angeles, CA is a musician, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist by the name of Travis Frith Warner, better known as Frith. He began playing at a young age, starting classical piano lessons at age eight, and moving towards jazz and classical guitar in his early teens. Frith did not stop there, he is self-taught on other instruments, including: bass, drums, trumpet, and Transylvanian guillotine harp. In 2008 he began working for renowned composer David Campbell (Adele, Beck, Michael Jackson), and it was during this time that he began incorporating classical and orchestral music into his indie pop sound, ultimately winding up with a unique voice all his own. That voice is an interesting amalgamation of deep lyrics and well-crated songs, that offer a balanced orchestrative color to them. Frith is releasing a single titled, “Loud Mouth.” The track is full of interesting instrumental colors set to a pop inspired beat that has a dance overtones and strong bassline. That’s the short of it!
Loud Mouth (single)
Released Date: November 16, 2018
Frith’s mastery of orchestration is apparent on every track. String sounds provide full balanced sounds, sitars add melodic colors and Frith’s singing is solid atop without ever being over shadowed.