Frances Cone's "Wait Right Here" Is a Breezy Dream Pop Jam
Think Fleetwood Mac meets Dirty Projectors…
Photo by Madeleine Cooke.
With the production help of Lucius' Dan Molad, Brooklyn dream pop band Frances Cone just put out the perfect breezy, summer jam. The four-piece—comprised of Christina Cone, Andy Doherty, Jeff Malinowski, and Alex Baron—recorded the track while on a break from tour with their friend Molad. Cone says of the track, "It's a song about trusting in timing and a reminder to let go: control is a facade anyway."
Fluctuating somewhere between an indie Fleetwood Mac, Dirty Projectors, The Grateful Dead, and gospel music (much inspired by Cone's upbringing as a preacher's daughter), "Wait Right Here" is instantly gratifying, in part inspired by Doherty's jam band background.
If you're in New York go catch their free show at Rockwood Music Hall tonight.