May 17, 2024 1 min read

Approved: Frost Children

Frost Children channel a wide array of sounds, from big room DJs to early 2000s emo. Even if you can get your head around that, there’s still a long way to go before you can adequately describe their music. Best to just listen to it, starting with one of their standout tracks, ‘Flatline’

Approved: Frost Children
Photo credit: Lauren Davis

New Yorker siblings Angel and Lulu Prost - aka Frost Children - channel the larger-than-life sounds of big room DJs and emo icons from the early 2000s into their music. Their sound could be coined as indie-sleaze hyper-pop but pigeon-holing them would feel like a disservice.

Among their standout tracks is ‘Flatline’, a mesmerising blend of pulsating alien drums, haunting police sirens, and glitchy buzzes. Despite its deceptively gentle vocal delivery, ‘Flatline’ is a sonic rollercoaster with its intricate production, ethereal vocal layers, and hypnotic basslines. 

🎧 Watch the video for Frost Children’s standout track ‘FLATLINE’ below

👉 If you’re at The Great Escape in Brighton, make sure to catch Frost Children’s showcase at The Arch tonight at 21:00

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