Eric Frisch is an indie-pop musician originally from Toronto, now based out of New York City. Recently Eric released his latest EP, titled “Water into Gold.” The EP was written, recorded, mixed, and produced on his own, which reveals a strong indication of his growth as an experienced artist since his start in music.
The EP marks a transitionary period for Eric, as he expanded his skill set, and dove into a darker and more emotional territory with his EP. With a balance of charmingly dark harmonies and addicting reverb, Eric spoke the story of his growth through these three tracks.
With a classic touch that reflects in all of his music and sincere reveling in the direction of his personal path, Eric Frisch asks the questions that have been begging him along, coming up with answers like “I Can’t Sing with a Broken Heart,” “Just Look at Me Now,” and “Water into Gold.”
Eric Frisch’s accolades include his prior single “Head Up in The Clouds,” which has garnered 60,000 Spotify streams, and his tour through the Northeast, which started in Boston and passed through Albany, Philadelphia, NYC, Baltimore, and Washington DC.
Eric Frisch – Water into Gold
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