London based musician responsible for #OneSongaWeek and 'Songs To Make Life Slightly Less Awkward'. Writes songs and words, mostly.
Frank Hamilton is a London based musician, best known for his #OneSongaWeek project - which started in a living room and finished with a Number 1 album on iTunes, featuring songs written with the likes of Ed Sheeran and Newton Faulkner.
His second album 'Songs To Make Life Slightly Less Awkward' was released in late 2016 and dubbed "a self-help guide masquerading as an indie-pop record", receiving praise from The Independent, 6 Music, TFI Friday, Radio X, HMV, The Mirror, Clash Music etc.
In between the two he did some other things, like make an EP on the London Eye in the time it takes to go round once (28 minutes), and release the only cover of Teenage Dirtbag by Wheatus that actually features Wheatus - which now has over 1.5m streams on Spotify.
He also enjoys writing, documentaries, pub quizzes and sports that aren't too tiring (e.g. table tennis).