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Frozemode sparks frenzy with bold anthem ‘ASBO BOYS’

FM For Music | May 25, 2024

London-based alternative rap trio Frozemode is back in the spotlight with their latest single, “ASBO BOYS,” following their transformative 2023 debut mixtape, DEMODE, which amassed nearly a million streams across digital platforms. This daring release boldly showcases the group’s resilience and creative sway.

Infused with innovative production by Luke Fitton, ASBO BOYS blends the raw energy of punk with the rhythmic poetry of rap, creating a rebellious anthem pulsating with attitude and urgency. Drawing from their personal experiences and fueled by an unyielding passion for music, Frozemode firmly establishes themselves as pioneers in their genre.

In their own words, “We are good Christian boys, but some girl online said we looked like we had ASBOs so we made a track about it and all the other mad comments we’ve received. God bless, Amen. Xx“. This candid glimpse into Frozemode’s creative process underscores their commitment to authenticity and fearlessly embracing their identity.

Photo by Nicholas O Donnell

Celebrating their latest release, Frozemode concludes an impressive streak of 54 shows, showcasing their dedication and stage prowess. The trio has shared platforms with esteemed artists such as Jelani Blackman, graced Fabric’s “Live & Direct” night, and delivered standout performances at prestigious festivals including 2000trees and Reading & Leeds.

Photo by Nicholas O Donnell

Continuing their frenzied journey, Frozemode is set to ignite the UK soundscape with upcoming performances at The Great Escape, Radio 1’s Big Weekend (BBC Introducing Stage), Download Festival, Deer Shed Festival, Barnstomper Festival, and return visits to 2000trees and Reading & Leeds, where they’ll command the impressive BBC Radio 1 Stage.

As each release unfolds, Frozemode’s presence in the UK music scene expands, signaling a transition from beloved favorites to commanding pioneers poised to dominate 2024 and beyond.


26 May – Radio 1 Big Weekend – Luton

14 June – Download Festival, Donington

10 July – 2000trees, Cheltenham

27 July – Deer Shed Festival, Yorkshire

23 Aug – Reading Festival

24 Aug – Leeds Festival

31 Aug – Barnstomper Festival, Dorset

Written by FM For Music


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