Featured: Friday Mile


One of our favorites, Friday Mile, has a truly accessible pop sound with guy-girl harmonies, contagious melodies, and a vocal chemistry that few artists today can deliver. With playfully romantic alt-country tunes, they are a must add to playlists everywhere (on repeat frequently in ours!). Hailing from Seattle, WA, singer-songwriters Jace Krause and Hannah Williams met in college during a music theory class. He fell in love with her voice and she adored his songs, and so it goes, three years later came Friday Mile. They've worn some deep grooves in Interstate 5, touring clubs and bars along the West Coast.

Friday Mile's first record, Love and Gasoline (EP), was admired throughout the Northwest and earned significant attention from Seattleʼs KEXP. Their sophomore release, Good Luck Studio, takes their sound even further. Have a listen to the tracks we've featured here and please feel free to contact us for their full and varied catalog.

Lives of Strangers by Friday Mile

Handle It by Friday Mile

Here is a video of Friday Mile in the Studio with "I Took It All":

Post by Veronica Medici // Team Marmoset

Posted on October 13, 2010 and filed under Music.