Having Reached the Top 10 of Newsday’s “Battle of the Bands”, The Group Gets Ready to Drop Their New Track and Music Video
August, 2017 (New York, NY) – With votes tallied over the past several weeks, it was recently announced that Long Island band The Frankel Sisters, made up of singer/songwriters Jaymee and Lianne Frankel, made it to the top 10 of Newsday’s Battle of the Bands reaching #2! And with that momentum still going, they’re getting ready to release their new single and music video for “Don’t Judge Me” on Thursday, August 17th along with a LIVE performance in The Founder’s Room at The Paramount and MORE! (Upcoming Performance Dates Below)
The Frankel Sisters is an original pop duo, combining unique three-part arrangements of catchy original pop music that makes crowds sing along. Vocalist Jaymee Frankel, vocalist Lianne Frankel (sisters), and vocalist/acoustic guitarist Josh Frankel (their father) have played some BIG stages in recent years including The Paramount in Huntington, Webster Hall in NYC, Revolution in Amityville, and The Bitter End in NYC.
Other credits include performances on HBO’s Talent Showcase, East Hampton’s Artists and Writers Charity and Sayville Summerfest. Jaymee and Lianne were also featured on FOX’s The X-Factor, were NYC finalists on NBC’s The Voice, and were featured on the cover of Billboard Magazine while working with industry professional Jerry Kasenetz to create viral pop music videos, shot around the world.
With inspiring lyrics, captivating harmonies, and relatable music that has dazzled fans and the music industry’s brightest minds alike, they’ve been able to stick to their family roots and bring a unique dynamic to today’s pop music world.
And with “Don’t Judge Me,” the new track and accompanying video expresses both the sisters’ determined attitude toward their musical journey as well as an overall message of togetherness in a world divided. Splicing incredible performance imagery, including doll and robot scenes that mock perfection and uniformity, along with actors of all ages/genders/ethnicities holding signs with meaningful words of wisdom, it combines the song’s powerful lyrical content with unique visuals of empowerment.
“Don’t judge me
I am doing what I want to be
I am being who you want to be
I am doing what I want
“It’s time for the world to reunite us
Multiply and try not to divide us”
“And you can judge us, but be on your way
Don’t have time for experimental foul play
We told each other we would stick together
And that means to let go of the negativity in our way”
Frankel Sisters Upcoming Live Performances:
Friday, August 11th @ Family Fun Night, Patchogue, NY
Thursday, August 17th @ The Paramount Founder’s Room, Huntington, NY
Saturday, August 26th @ Sayville Seafood Festival, Sayville, NY
Friday, September 22nd @ Revolution Bar & Music Hall, Amityville, NY
Saturday, October 21st @ Patchogue Fall Festival, Patchogue, NY
Saturday, October 28th @ The Bitter End, New York, NY
Now, as they get ready to release their new single and video “Don’t Judge Me” along with upcoming performances, there’s plenty more to come from the powerfully dynamic pop duo.
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