GFM’s “Give Me A Sign” song is catapulting them to Stardom
GFM‘s musical journey began in 2016 when they worked on their first album Identity Crisis. In 2017, the demand to see the girls live was so strong that they embarked on multiple US tours, finishing out the season with their first trip to Germany for the Loud & Proud Fest where the band was met with thousands of loving fans.
GFM’s live show is unmatched as the trio comes alive through iconic wardrobe designs and unparalleled charisma. They have shared the stage with artists such as Motionless in White, Breaking Benjamin, Demon Hunter, A Day To Remember, Disturbed, Halestorm, Chelsea Grin, and more.
In 2019, GFM released their much-anticipated EP, Oh, The Horror! and headlined their own summer U.S. tour. 2020 contained their first acoustic tour along with the release of their first two singles off of their upcoming EP, Operation Take Over. Their song, “Give Me A Sign,” has reached 517k streams and they have a total of 2 Million overall streams on Spotify.
In 2022 the band was discovered by wrestling phenomenon and rock royalty Chris Jericho. This led GFM to their next chapter – a personal invitation from Jericho to join Fozzy on a nationwide tour. The year initiated a whirlwind when the band signed to Rockfest Records to release their Framing My Perception – EP, which is destined to be a game-changer for the band’s takeover of the rock scene.
GFM told Soda and Telepaths earlier this week:
“Life is difficult. There’s no way around that, but we don’t have to be identified by our trauma. In this day and age, everyone is a victim of something, but if we let that hold us back from our success instead of using it to make us stronger, then we’re giving more power to those who have wronged us. “Framing My Perspective” is about choosing to find the beauty in painful situations to redefine our destiny.”
When asked about their upcoming EP, Framing My Perception, they only had this to say:
“We always put our whole heart into the things we write, but with this EP, we have had more experiences to write about. We’re still learning and growing, but we’ve realized that sometimes in life it’s not about what happens to you, it’s about what you do with it. Your perception of a situation can change the outcome, so “Framing My Perception” talks about that. When life gets tough, it’s best to stop, take a breath, make sure we’re focused on what’s important, and let everything else fall into place.”
GFM‘s Framing My Perception EP drops May 27, 2022.
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