Eric Frisch says goodbye to the birdcage and hello to a nice blend of 1950s and ’60s pop, surf-rock on his debut album, Goodbye Birdcage.
With influences ranging from The Beatles and the Beach Boys across the spectrum to Sam Cooke and Bob Dylan, Eric delivers a throwback to the reverberated psychedelic surf sounds of rock and pop music of the ’50s and ’60s…an era from which many modern musicians have lost touch.
Hailing from Toronto, Frisch is based in NYC. Learning piano at an early age; on top of parents who introduced him to the “right” music, Eric found pleasure in the act of composition all on his own.
Goodbye Birdcage was produced solely by Eric and is a display of his ability to remain diverse while conveying the spirit of his roots and major influences.
If you’ve been searching for a modern band with a Beach Boys feel, this record is for you. Eric Frisch is carving his own path while remaining true to his roots. Goodbye Birdcage is a unique collection of songs in a world full of cookie-cutter productions.