Franky Moonlight

Franky Moonlight

 Toronto, Ontario, CAN
BandRock

4 ordinary guys striving to write, record and perform extraordinary music.

Biography

Franky Moonlight is a collective of musicians who don’t play for the fame; or the money; or the groupies; and they definitely don’t play because they’re told to. Nope. Franky Moonlight is a band of four guys who work to live, and live to play music.

Although a relatively new project, the band’s members are far from green. Each one has spent years cutting their teeth in the Toronto music scene, playing in various bands and sharing stages with acts like Billy Talent, Ill Scarlett, The Salads & Rehab for Quitters.

Their 2008 full length independent release, FM:Radio, is an eclectic collection of songs recorded, produced & mixed by the band. In 2009, tracks were featured in a live dance performance on Broadway, choreographed by the award-winning Border Crossing Collective. Running on this momentum, in 2009, the band released the Snap-Cube-Gun EP, a more aggressive album featuring the band’s darker, heavier side.

Currently working on new material and blowing away audiences with their intense interactive live shows, Franky Moonlight continues to amass the support and recognition of fans and critics alike.

Discography

Snap-Cube-Gun (EP)
1. Fear of Driving
2. Falling Apart
3. Fisker-1
4. Fisker-3

FM Radio (Full Length LP)
1. Fafisa
2. DJ vs. The Devil
3. Dear Child
4. Fievel
5. Last Nights News
6. 00:34
7. Fields
8. Symphonette
9. Century
10. The Smallest Letter
11. Night Owls
12. T-Bone Boogie
13. Farfisa (Reprise)
14. Love Collides
15. The Death of FM Radio

Set List

Set Lists

Current Set (Approx. 30min.)
1. DJ vs The Devil
2. Falling Apart
3. Fisker-3
4. Kiss The Fur
5. Fear of Driving
6. Fisker-1
7. Won't Give In
8. Cherry Bomb

FM Radio Set (Approx. 50min)
1. Fafisa
2. DJ vs. The Devil
3. Dear Child
4. Fievel
5. Last Nights News
6. 00:34
7. Fields
8. Symphonette
9. Century
10. The Smallest Letter
11. Night Owls
12. T-Bone Boogie
13. Farfisa (Reprise)
14. Love Collides
15. The Death of FM Radio