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Come Back

by Frances Cone

Featured in Vanity Fair and Brooklyn Vegan, Brooklyn-by-way-of-Charleston songwriter Frances Cone has a soulful/ indie-pop sound with a voice that "hits somewhere between Neko Case's Americana and the breathy depth of Cat Power." (Nathan Reese)
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1. Come Back
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2. Mission
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3. Soon
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4. Rattles Your Heart
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5. Long Way Down
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6. Mercy
3:59 $0.99
7. Edith
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8. Miles
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9. Get to You
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10. Heartland
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Brooklyn-by-way-of-Charleston songwriter Frances Cone has a soulful/ indie-pop sound with a voice that "hits somewhere between Neko Case's Americana and the breathy depth of Cat Power." Featured on Vanity Fair's Summer Playlist in August 2012 and with an album set to be released early 2013, she is quickly exploding onto the NYC scene and is certainly one to watch.

As the daughter of a Baptist preacher and classically trained pianist, Frances Cone's world was primarily infiltrated with gospel music and Mozart. She took these influences and has created a unique sound blending her deep southern roots with the most current indie pop. Her remarkable voice -- sometimes flute-y, vampy or Lucinda Williams soulful -- weaves over her piano and guitar creations effortlessly pleasing Feist and Neko Case fans alike. A southern girl with a city heart, songwriting that never appears trite, but rather resonates deep down calling you back for more. She radiates warmth both on and off stage, sings you through the ups and the downs, remarking on the heavy while lightening the load. "Come Back", the first video from her debut album was shot by Sundance award winning cinematographer Hillary Spera and released May 2012 to rave reviews garnering attention from Refinery29, Vanity Fair, Deli Mag among others. She's planning a soft release of her debut album on January 18th at Joe's Pub in NYC with the official release February 26th.

Vanity Fair 2012 Favorite Songs of Summer
"As the summer winds down, enjoy a playlist of our favorite jams from lovely ladies like Kimbra, Santigold and Frances Cone..."

Refinery29 This Is Our Jam Premieres: Frances Cone, "Come Back"
"...'Come Back' sounds like the type of song that would score a romance set in a ‘50s-style diner. It has that lived-in nostalgic quality..."

The Deli NYC Artists on the rise: Frances Cone
"...Cone has a singular ability to co-exist in several worlds simultaneously. Her moods shift quickly here between homely intimacy and moody emotion almost at once."

Ultimate Ears Presents... Frances Cone
"haunting and mesmerizing and she is poised to launch a brilliant album."

SoundDessert Frances Cone On Breaking Up, Bill Cunningham and Hipster Nude Beaches
"Frances Cone will have you coming back to her music again and again and again..."

Charleston Grit "Come Back" by Frances Cone
"If you haven't yet heard the smooth sounds of Charleston-native-now-Brooklyn-resident Frances Cone, take note."

The Ruckus Premier: Ron Pope and Frances Cone – Mexico (Jump Little Children)
"...Frances Cone has been compared to the likes of Neko Case and Cat Power, and her rising status as potential powerhouse is evident..."

Daily Candy
"We heard singer Frances Cone perform recently and were instantly smitten by her folksy, indie-pop sound..."

The Music Ninja
"In a world where authenticity in music opens hearts, Frances Cone's genuineness and humbling lyrics are sure to open ours."

Daily Candy's 2012 Best Of List
"The Best is Yet to Come"



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