Born and raised on the island of Sanday in the Orkney, The Frampton Sisters were both home-schooled from an early age. They then relocated to East Sussex to allow Charlie to begin secondary school whilst still honing their skills as aspiring songwriters. Charlie went on to spend two years at London’s prestigious Brit School and meanwhile, Freddie would give birth to her little baby boy. They have continued to develop their songwriting skills throughout this period, enabling them to reach the finals of the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards in 2018, as well as performing at the acclaimed Cambridge Folk Festival. The sisters’ debut single Birds Of A Feather received acclaim from numerous well-regarded publications including Folk Radio UK, Americana UK and Songwriting Magazine to name a few, as well as BBC Radio London’s Robert Elms.
Let Me Hold Your Hand is The Frampton Sisters’s new single and it sounds awesome. I like the acoustic guitar riffs. Besides, the harmonies are insane. Furthermore, I am also a fan of the unique chorus.
On the single, Freddie says: ”This song follows two people and their love story. Its about how through everything they’ve gained, and lost, they’ve always had each other, which is what is most important, because at the end of the day we’re all looking for that someone who’ll let us hold their hand.”
The Frampton Sisters are so talented, they create innovative music. Let Me Hold Your Hand is the definition of modern art. Make sure to stream it as soon as possible!
You can stream Let Me Hold Your Hand below on SoundCloud or Spotify!