FROYO are the soundtrack to a John Hughes movie that never happened.
Forming late in 2013 as a bedroom producer outfit after meeting at Uni, the fun-toting synth-pop group with a taste for the 80s eventually switched to a band format and have been serving up sweet spoonfuls of synth-pop pie ever since.
Beginning their young career by uploading a track to Triple J Unearthed, their spiffy demos grabbed the attention of both radio presenters and music-makers, scoring themselves airplay and notable recognition – including being named in the top 5 finalists of Triple J’s Play School Remix competition, a Triple J Unearthed Feature Artist, and opening the main stage for Triple J Unearthed at The Plot Festival in November. They’ve also accumulated multiple support gigs around Sydney – most recently, supporting Harts and Yeo at The Metro Theatre.
Previous single “Pride” catapulted the 4-piece to all new heights – charting Top 10 in the Spotify Viral 50 chart as well as in the Top 5 in the Electronic, Dance, Pop and Overall Triple J Unearthed charts, and most notably being featured as the background music for the infamous “hair jacket video” on Veronica and Lewis – watched by over 180,000 people. All this culminating in FROYO being named in Pilerats 17 Electronic artists to watch in ’17.
With ongoing love from radio and online, the band is excitedly working on fresh tunes and give you their next single, “Darling” – an upbeat, dreamy, pop number primed to soundtrack your next trip to the skate rink.