Franky Wah Hits New High-Water Mark

As the house wave engulfs every corner of the dance world, new stars rise from the flood. A man from Yorkshire ascends, illuminating the murky floodwaters. His name – Franky Wah – and he is radiating stardom on his new, double A-side, “Free” and “Love Me”, via Ministry of Sound.

A melodic sizzler. Probably an oxymoron, but an apt description for the opening track, “Free”. A daring, searing track built by surging melodic synths and a pulsing bassline that swell and crash like waves against the Bempton Cliffs. Franky is an absolute wizard by weaving these elements into a dancefloor drenching house wave.

Franky’s grand voyage continues with the ultra sexy, “Love Me”. The track contains a vibrancy that consumes listeners in its wake, carrying them like they were floating upon a cloud through a jungle illuminated by neon lights and shimmering lasers. The ability to build worlds and transport listeners is a testament to the quality of Franky’s soundscapes and artistry.

You can stream or buy “Free” and “Love Me” here. As 2019 rolls forward, keep an eye on CULTR for future releases from Franky Wah. For our British readers, be sure to see Franky at Creamfields.

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