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Liz Cousins of hails the band as, “amazing…every song is hooky, melodic and well-produced.” - Liz Cousins,

"...GARRISON FROST is a band, not a singer-songwriter, and they are a darn good one, too with a Melodic Wall Of Sound like we all love to hear. Such music just takes us higher and higher without leaving the ground. We
are finding cool Indie music everywhere these days and it just makes life good
to be wandering around in..."

- Radio Mike,

"Garrison Frost rock well enough for 3 energetic youngsters, but the best part about their 4-song EP is the fact that they actually write good pop melodies. Keep an ear out for more from this promising young trio." - Abe Beeson, KEXP 90.3


Self-titled 2006 EP, featuring the hit song "You Said"
Full-Length 2007 release, featuring hits "As of Yet" and "Could Get Better", 2008 EP featuring "Sympathetic Mind" and "I Won't Leave You Here"



Garrison Frost has been featured on radio stations nationwide, including KACV Amarillo, KIWR Omaha, KKUP San Francisco, KPFT Houston, KTEG Albuquerque, Radio Crystal Blue, RIFF Detroit, WAVF Charleston, WDYL Richmond, WFRD Hanover, WKGB Binghamton, WKZQ Myrtle Beach and WMWX, Cincinnati. Liz Cousins of hails the band as, “amazing…every song is hooky, melodic and well-produced.”

The band headlines Seattle’s biggest rock clubs, including the High Dive, Nectar Lounge, and the Comet Tavern.

Trevor Larkin (guitar, vox) and Devin Anderson (drums) grew up together in Walla Walla, Washington. After high school, Trevor attended and graduated with honors from the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. Devin entered the Jazz Studies program at Western Washington University before transferring to the Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle. Along with bassist Justin Bruce, they formed Garrison Frost in late 2006.

Garrison Frost draws from a wide range of influences, and here are a few: the Police, the Foo Fighters, Smashing Pumpkins, Incubus, Jimmy Eat World