With a youthful bounce and indie-rock bite, The Frisson tear it up on newest single Revolution

Sydney four-piece outfit The Frisson are locked and loaded. Through delving into ideas surrounding shared youth experiences, the young guns successfully meld indie-rock and pop stylings on their latest single Revolution.

Having cut loose on the music scene with debut EP Bad Luck, the band have been gaining traction during their first year of gigging.

The Frisson

Revolution by The Frisson is a celebration of youth and all its complexities, with a biting energy and classic rock vibe to soundtrack your adolescent reflections.

Through gracing the stages of iconic venues such as The Oxford Art Factory, The Frisson are earning a reputation for their consistent good vibes and energetic presence.

While the group came together from a variety of musical backgrounds, shared influences are found in the likes of Sticky Fingers, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Circa Waves, Arctic Monkeys and The Kooks. It’s resulted in a hot flash of youth in the form of The Frisson, and bangers aplenty.

The single pulls you in with its initial blend and bounce. Spacey guitar develops over the course of the track, building into a punchy chorus before bursting into an explosive, raw breakdown.

On the creation of Revolution, the band says, “We wrote the song late last year and are super happy with how it’s turned out and have really included all our musical influences.”

The group draw inspiration from their own experiences and that of their mates.

“We focused on how certain things can stray your thoughts to places where you want to go, even though you know they are bad for you.”

The reality of youth in this day and age consequently lies at the heart of Revolution, an upbeat and thoughtful track set to put this band on the map.


The Frisson will be taking the stage for the launch of their single at The Bank Hotel on May 25. Grab your tickets here.