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Foreign Frontiers is an Indie rock duo that started in Benicia, California. Phinehas Spielman and Byron Mayhew have been writing music together since middle school. They both singed up for a talent show at their local homeschool group with some of their mutual friends and threw together a band called “The Hot List”. After the talent show, the band decided to play covers together for fun. As they got older, Phinehas and Byron started writing original songs together. With the maturity, writing originals became more than just an after school hobby. As things became more serious, the line up changed with it. After a few years of gigging, the band was discovered by Richard Segovia who took them under his wing. After some more line up changes, Phinehas and Byron decided to turn the band into a duo. Currently the two are releasing their debut EP on October 23rd. Phinehas and Byron’s Influences range from various artists such as Kings of Leon, Young the Giant, Bad Suns, The Strokes, Hiatus Kaiyote, John Mayer and many more. [+]
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Created: March 7, 2016, 9:43 a.m.
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