Max Frost unleashes a new dreamy single “Head In The Clouds” from his upcoming album EP “Flying Machines” out May 6th
The new single “Head In The Clouds” from Max Frost, hovers above throwback Motown-style synth organ fueled by a head-nodding beat. While the airy high-register hook sails to the heavens, Max serves up a head-spinning solo.
Max says: “This song is about someone holding back from being in love. Their head is in the clouds and their eyes wander through the fog of naivety and youth. It’s a call for something more to happen between two people. A demand of the feeling that’s just on the edge to come full circle.”
Max co-produced “Head In The Clouds” with Jennifer Decilveo (Miley Cyrus, MARINA, Lucius). He also played every instrument on the track.
On Tik Tok he’s amassed half a million followers and 8 million “likes” with videos like Gorillaz cover Eminem(3.7 million views), Pink Floyd cover Billie Eilish (1.5 million views), The Killers cover Garth Brooks (1.5 million views) and Queen mashes up Gayle (1.1 million views).
Max went from gigging as a guitarist in middle school to stirring up buzz online with “White Lies” and “Adderall.” Touring alongside everyone from Panic! At The Disco, Twenty One Pilots, and AWOLNATION to Gary Clark, Jr. and Fitz and The Tantrums, he unveiled his full-length debut, Gold Rush, in 2018. The single “Good Morning” landed syncs from Pepsi, ESPN, CBS, “Shameless,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “American Idol” and can currently be heard in a national Old Navy campaign. Along the way, he took the stage at “Good Morning America” and “Live with Kelly and Ryan.”