PHOTOS: FRENSHIP brings the party to Popscene


Photos: Alessio Neri

SAN FRANCISCO — Los Angeles electropop duo FRENSHIP returned to the Bay Area for its first performance since Outside Lands on Wednesday. Headlining a special night of Popscene at Rickshaw Stop, James Sunderland and Brett Hite appeared grateful to draw a crowd.

“I see a lot of familiar faces from Outside Lands,” Hite said. “We are gonna need a bigger bus to take all of you on the tour with us.”

Frenship performed a 60-minute set, including singles like “Morrison,” “Knives” and from its debut album, Truce, their hit songs, “Capsize” and “1000 Nights.” BAUM and Yungblud opened the show.

BAUM, an alternative soul-pop singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles, mellowed the crowd with her songs about love and relationships. Yungblud was an inverse. U.K. artist Dominic Harrison’s blend of punk rock, ska and rap pumped up the energy tenfold. It was his first time performing in the U.S., and Harrison and his band surely made the most of their opportunity.

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