No rest for songwriting duo Franklin Lake as they have been taking the stages around the UK promoting “Glad We Met”. Jude Read being seen at London Fashion weeks Candid Magazine launch party as he partied with Danny Jones who was in British pop rock band McFly who is currently appearing on The Voice UK Kids as a judge and mentor.

A busy Summer

TayTay Starhz was spotted on the carpet at the Global Premiere of Transformers in June at London's Leicester Square other's on the carpet included Mark Wahlberg and Laura Haddock. Despite the London lads busy gigging and event schedule they have been tweeting photos of themselves in the studio to carry on with more #music.

Their last single which was released at the beginning of June has recruited more to their fanbase especially once the video to the track was released on Vevo. Franklin Lake made a very special performance during Pride month at Essex’s celebration of the LGBT community, people packed into the tent hosting the main stage to watch the catchy set.

After attending the Strawberries and Creem festival in Cambridge they announced they will be taking time out to attend One Step At A Time charity event in aid of raising money for disable children and their families in Surrey. It has been announced that they will also be one of the headline acts for the first ever Gtenmedia music concert in Manchester on the 1st of October.

The Music Release

As an independent music act they are certainly taking the bull by the horns as they prepare for the release of their newest release “The Tide (tell me where your heart is)” They have been performing the track at selected events and will be showcasing it once again at their London headline show on the 9th July in Camden.

They have been working in the studio with Harry Clarke on new material and are heading towards an album which is in the pipeline for 2018. With a line of releases behind them, they have scrapped the old and moved into a new direction taking more control in the way they want to sound.

The studio is in the countryside outside of High Wycombe and Franklin Lake have posted photos of their days there.

The Tide has the same signature sound that the duo has, however, tells a different story to the one sang in Glad We Met, the track is about questioning a love interest and seeing where they both stand in a relationship.

With a catchy chorus, it certainly has you humming it throughout the day. The single will be released on the 2nd of September and is currently available on pre-order on iTunes.