Benny Sings Joins Indie Disco Duo NEIL FRANCES On New Single; Debut Album and U.S. Tour In Jan 2022       

December 16, 2021 BY Nettwerk

Los Angeles duo Neil Frances (Jordan Feller and Marc Gilfry) tap Dutch pop singer-songwriter Benny Sings for their hazy nu-disco single, “where i become someone.” Marc explains, “This song is about becoming. It’s about the feeling of being in a transitional state, eyes on the sky, ready to ascend to the great disco ball in outer space.” Jordan adds, “We had the idea of working with Benny Sings, and this track felt right for him. I love the blend and mix of Marc’s vocals with Benny’s vocal’s, and they complement each other nicely.” The track is the latest to be released off their upcoming debut album, There Is No Neil Frances, which will be released on January 28, 2022


Last week, the duo shared the to-dye-for official video featuring Grae for their November single, “finding rhythm,” that Rolling Stone called, “eclectically-peppy.”


Neil Frances’ 2018 debut EP, Took A While, with its blend of psychedelic rhythms, vibe-y, infectious grooves, and raw, funky spirit put them firmly on the map and propelled them to tour slots with Jungle and Unknown Mortal Orchestra. Their 2021 EP, Stay Strong Play Long, featured collaborations with Poolside and Raffaella and included their cover of “Music Sounds Better With You,” which has amassed over 60 million streams. The upcoming album, which was recorded by the duo in their Echo Park studio over the past year, aims for the stars. The band explains, “Our new album is about self-realization and becoming the person that you dream of. The concept is that we are insects on earth who ascend into outer space to become divas at a galactic ball.

Putting special emphasis on their enthralling live sets and preferring to perform with a multi-piece band, the group has developed a reputation as a must-see stage artist. Following a sold-out show with SG Lewis at The Shrine and a set at Outside Lands this fall, the band will return to the stage in 2022 for a headline U.S. tour. A complete list of dates is below.


1/23/2022      Pomona, CA             The Glasshouse

1/24/2022      Santa Cruz, CA        The Catalyst (Atrium)                     

1/26/2022      San Francisco, CA   The Independent

1/28/2022      Santa Barbara, CA   Soho

1/29/2022      Los Angeles, CA      The Fonda                

1/31/2022      Santa Ana, CA         Constellation Room

2/1/2022        Phoenix, AZ             Crescent

2/2/2022        Santa Fe, NM           Meow Wolf   

2/4/2022        Forth Worth, TX       Tulips

2/5/2022        Austin, TX                  Antone’s

2/6/2022        Houston, TX              White Oak Music Hall                     

2/8/2022        Atlanta, GA               Terminal West                     

2/10/2022      Washington DC        Union Stage

2/11/2022      Philadelphia, PA       Foundry

2/12/2022      Brooklyn, NY             Music Hall Of Williamsburg           

2/15/2022      Boston, MA               Sinclair

2/16/2022      Toronto, ON              Velvet Underground

2/17/2022      Detroit, MI                  El Club

2/18/2022      Chicago, IL                Lincoln Hall

2/19/2022      Minneapolis, MN      Fine Line                  

2/21/2022      Denver, CO               Bluebird

2/22/2022      Salt Lake City, UT    Kilby Court   

2/24/2022      Vancouver, BC         Fortune

2/25/2022      Seattle, WA               Neumos

2/26/2022      Portland, OR             Doug Fir