With the recent release of their highly anticipated debut album Vacation, the GRAMMY Museum will welcome James Sunderland and Brett Hite of FRENSHIP for a conversation moderated by Scott Goldman, followed by a performance. FRENSHIP, whose brilliant production chops and diverse inspirations color their wide-angle indie-pop songs, garnered multiple gold and platinum certifications around the world for their 2016 global hit “Capsize” with Emily Warren and were picked as Spotify’s #2 Breakout Artist in 2016 and one of Shazam’s 2017 Emerging Artists. A festival favorite, they joined Bastille on their world tour before selling out their 2018 U.S. headline shows. Now, the duo returns poised to take their music to a whole new level. Full of warm harmonies, propulsive melodies, spiraling synths, and pristine songwriting, Vacation is an album about searching, with singles “Remind You” and “Wanted A Name” feat. Yoke Lore already accumulating over three million streams across platforms.