FREEDA | WASH: A Love Song With a Twist | SINGLE REVIEW

Five-piece, indie-rock band Freeda are based in the heart of the North. Since forming in 2017, the Manchester band have been very busy and it’s looking like they will be busier after the release of their third single, Wash which will be released on Friday. 

Their previous tracks, Plug It In and Go Home, have been recognised by BBC Introducing and played out on multiple radio stations- getting a great reception from Indie/Rock lovers. Freeda have a very unique sound, they don’t need to compete with influential bands of the same genre as they are bringing something new and quirky to the table. Lead vocals fromSean Rowles, embrace the big choruses, allowing their tracks to be powerful sing-along tunes!


A long song with a twist- new single Wash is different in comparison to Freeda’s previous records. The track explores moving on from a relationship, incorporating popular phrase, ‘it’ll all come out in the wash’ (A phrase I’m sure my Mum has preached when my past relationships ended). Meaning be patient, you’ll know why this is happening eventually and things will be a lot clearer. Wise words Freeda. 

The song begins with a slow, soft tone. Taking a drastic new direction after the opening. Despite being a love song, the track is surprisingly upbeat, perfectly fitting in with Manchesters buzzing music scene.

Wash is the third single from Freeda’s upcoming EP, which is set to be released at the beginning of 2020 and can’t wait to hear it! Available for your ears on the 1st of November.

Fay x

Words By Fay Toulios

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