Franky Wah is set to drop the Why Not Me EP on Anjunadeep and embark on a tour of North America this month.
UK-based artist Franky Wah has been taking the scene by storm and only continues to pick up his momentum with each passing release. From 2018’s Rituals and 2020’s The Revival, Vol. 1 with Sasha to his sensational tracks including “Come Together” and the massive collaboration with Cristoph and Artche, “The World You See,” he’s only further proven his prowess in the studio. This year also saw Franky Wah join the ranks of the Anjunafamily with the release of Should Have Seen It Coming on Anjunadeep, and now he’s returned to the beloved imprint with another stunner in tow.
Due out officially on November 24, the Why Not Me EP brings four fresh tracks from the mind of Franky Wah for the masses to consume. The first to hit speakers around the world is the EP’s lead single “Bring Me Back To You,” which is filled to the brim with his emotional chords and fluttering synths, while the vocals from iiola truly take this tune to the next level.
But wait, there’s even more in store for Franky Wah’s fans in North America. This month, he’ll be setting off on his debut tour of the continent to bring his sounds to some of the top venues in Los Angeles, Denver, San Francisco, Chicago, Dallas, and Brooklyn, while also playing WE ARE FESTVL in Cancun as well. Further dates are TBA but the tour kicks off on November 18, so secure your tickets now if you plan on catching him during one of the stops.
Check out the music video for “Bring Me Back To You” with iiola on YouTube or listen your preferred platform, and make sure to grab tickets to catch Franky Wah when he heads to a city near you via his website!
Watch Franky Wah feat. iiola – Bring Me Back To You on YouTube:
Franky Wah Fall 2021 North American Tour:
Franky Wah Fall 2021 North American Tour – Dates and Venues:
- November 18 – Bar Standard, Denver
- November 19 – Halycon, San Francisco
- November 20 – Sound Nightclub, Los Angeles
- November 21 – We Are FSTVL, Cancun
- November 24 – It’ll Do, Dallas
- November 26 – Spybar, Chicago
- November 27 – Elsewhere, Brooklyn