Franklin Lake are ‘Glad We Met’ With New Single

Franklin Lake are set to be the next big thing in pop, and comprise TayTay and Jude Read.

Based in London, the duo have a hardcore fanbase which has also exploded online, and is growing at a phenomenal rate. They’re set to be he UKs breakthrough act of 2017, because of their soulful harmonies, fun personalities, and boyish good looks.

The pair have already made an impact in Europe, where they’ve played the main stages of some of the most prestigious events and festivals across the continent, alongside the likes of Olly Murs, Rudimental, Ella Eyre, Paloma Faith, and Ed Sheeran, among others.

2017 is shaping up to be a big one for Franklin Lake, who are hoping to establish a stronghold for themselves in the music business, and their aim is to add to the list of household names they’ve performed with. Their debut single, ‘Supersonic’, soared to #9 on the Music Week Commercial Pop Charts, and has recently been awarded a licensing deal in Europe.

Their new single, ‘Glad We Met’, is set for release on February 24, and is an upbeat, hi tempo track that focuses on the duo’s strong vocals and harmonies, accompanied by a great dance beat. It’s guaranteed to get you on your feet, and is a great pop song which promises to be popular with fans and radio listeners alike.

Working with top producers, Franklin Lake have recorded at the world famous Abbey Road Studios, and their new self penned album and release has tastemakers excited.

You can find out more about Franklin Lake on their Twitter and Facebook pages. ‘Glad We Met’ is available to preorder from iTunes.

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