Frank Hamilton is a British singer/songwriter/producer best known for #OneSongaWeek, a project in which he wrote, recorded and released a song a week for an entire year.  Things started in his living room and ending with a #1 album on iTunes featuring songs written with Ed Sheeran, Newton Faulkner, Lauren Aquilina and many more.

Since then he’s recorded an EP on the London Eye in the time it takes to go round once (28 minutes), performed on Channel 4’s TFI Friday, released a cover of Teenage Dirtbag featuring Wheatus, toured extensively, slept a little and recorded a 2nd album…

Songs To Make Life Slightly Less Awkward is Frank Hamilton’s second album, the eagerly anticipated follow up to Best of #OneSongaWeek.

Apart from the live drums, everything was written, recorded and produced in Frank’s living room before being mixed by James Earp (Nina Nesbitt) and mastered by Robin Schmidt (The 1975, Two Door Cinema Club).

From a sonic point of view I hope it feels like the album was born in my bedroom, grew up in my lounge and then finished in a nice studio by professionals who actually know what they’re doing”.

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