Rhythm Nation: Feeka selects the songs
Jack Frimston, aka Feeka, lists the tracks that have inspired him over the years
“All it took was a global pandemic for me to get my act together,” jokes Jack Frimston, the former frontman of indie-pop hopefuls the Tailormade.
When that band broke up, he jammed his way around the United States and Australia before heading home to Britain last year and planning a solo career under the moniker Feeka. Judging from his Manchester-inspired debut single Portland Street, it’s proved a wise decision.
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