Freepeoples FreQuency (aka FFQ) is the EDM collaboration between Will Bradford of SeepeopleS and Brooke Binion of theWorst. The duo formed in Asheville, NC in between SeepeopleS tours sharing the stage with the likes of Pretty Lights, Glitch Mob, M80, RJD2, and Lotus, as well as performing at several festivals such as Trinumeral Festival, DEXFest and Rootwire Festival. Now, almost 11 years after finishing the album, FFQ, in conjunction with RascalZRecordZ, are proud to present Small Pills To Swallow. The album was recorded at Bradford and Binion's old studio, BooDub, in Asheville, NC, in 2008 and 2009 and during the midst of severe drug addiction and legal troubles. These troubles would ultimately shelve the project, just a few years after its inception. Fast forward 11 years to the coronavirus shut down of 2020, the duo having survived the decade and long since reformed in their ways. With both SeepeopleS & theWorst tours grounded with the rest of the music world, AND in the spirit of renewal and rebirth, FFQ couldn't be happier to bring us this long-lost gem.
The music video for the single "Shortcake" was created by Ryan Ordway from A Day In This Life Studios. The album was mixed and mastered by long-time SeepeopleS and theWorst producer, Will Holland (Pixies, Dead Can Dance). Album art was created by Andrea Georgas. The entire album drops on January 1st of 2021 on all streaming platforms.