“The crooning vox and air of sophistication... [makes] me think of artists like 80's Joe Jackson in the way Fake Frank blends genres.” - Robb Donker Curtius
“Their music is fun and something I would want to hear live. The vibes are loose and encourage a good time in a Vampire Weekend type of way... the sound is undeniably catchy and well written.” - Jamie Funk
Fake Frank is a high energy indie rock band from Brooklyn and Long Island, New York. They’ve drawn comparisons to 80's and early 90's alternative rock bands.
Fake Frank was founded by singer/songwriter Dan Avedis Masotti and drummer Harrison Kravis. The duo started recording for their debut album before heading to college in 2016. Their ska-influenced single, “It’s All In My Head”, caught the attention of critics and in March 2017, Deli Magazine named Fake Frank “New England’s Emerging Artist of the Month”. In early 2018, they finished and released their self-titled album. That Summer, Fake Frank toured the Northeast in support of the album, energizing audiences in New England, upstate New York, and the greater NYC area.
After a brief hiatus followed by more than a year of self-quarantine, Fake Frank, with Desmond Smith on bass and Robbie Woll on guitar, is back and excited to share their new music, which demonstrates maturity as well as appreciation for stripped-down, raw orchestrations.
The Bowery Electric
Heaven Can Wait
The Bitter End
Finley's of Green Street