Alexander Wikström is the bassist in the band “Frances Bloom” and one of the owners of Rocksta sound ranch. We recorded his specific sound, then he shared his thoughts and opinions about the project and Impulse responses.

About Frances Bloom

Did you think that rock was dead? Think again. Swedish rock band Frances Bloom will give you that big modern rock sound but with a touch of grunge.

Many bands play it safe – Frances Bloom don’t. With fat guitars, big drums and André Andersson’s roaring behind the microphone they will tear walls down and leave you begging for more.

The members of Frances Bloom have played together for more than 10 years and are earlier known to the Scandinavian rock fans as Sherlock Brothers (that toured all over Europe.) They just premiered on rock radio with the new song “Let It Go”.

Members

  • André Andersson
  • Freddy Flanell
  • Jerry Ossmark
  • Andreas Lindqvist
  • Alex Wikström

Source:Frances Bloom facebook

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