Teenage Beautycore Metal Trio GFM (GOLD FRANKINCENSE & MYRRH) Announces New Tour Dates

Teenage Beautycore Metal Trio GFM (GOLD FRANKINCENSE & MYRRH) Announces New Tour Dates

Tour Kicks Off March 15 in Ft. Worth

New Single Set for Release in April

Teenage Beautycore Metal Trio GFM (GOLD FRANKINCENSE & MYRRH) Announces New Tour Dates

GFM (GOLD FRANKINCENSE & MYRRH), a trio of the three teenage sisters who balancing the melodicism of bands like Paramore with a Slipknot-like ferocity, has announced a new run of upcoming live dates, beginning March 15.

“We’re really excited to get back out on the road,” says bassist Maggie English. “We’re playing with new bands, and we’re finally reaching those cities that our fans have been begging us to come to. There’s going to be lots of energy with this one.”

GFM plans to release a new single in April, the following up to January’s “I Don’t Need Your Fantasy.” Produced by the acclaimed Joey Sturgis (Of Mice & Men, The Devil Wears Prada, Attack Attack!, Asking Alexandria), “I Don’t Need Your Fantasy” is a song about breaking stereotypes – something GFM does brilliantly with a sound they have dubbed “beautycore.”

Clearly not your average teenage girl band, CJ English (guitar/vocals), Maggie English (bass, keyboards, vocals) and LuLu English (drums, vocals) are breaking boundaries in the music industry and bringing life back to rock and metal with GFM’s encouraging and positive message.

The sisters all began taking music lessons at just five years old, which sparked a love of music that would continue to grow. As they grew up, the girls collectively decided that they wanted to pursue this love for music professionally and began putting blood and sweat into creating GFM.

GFM’s first album, Identity Crisis, was released in 2016, followed by Oh, The Horror! in April 2019. After touring the US multiple times, the group headed overseas to Germany in 2018, where their energetic performances established GFM as a festival favorite. A new EP is scheduled for release this spring.

3/15 – Ft. Worth, TX @ Tom Cats
3/18 – Huntington, AR @ The Good Fight
3/19 – Norman, OK @ KOUJ 107.1 FM/Calvary Chapel
3/22 – Sioux Falls, SD @ Bigs Bar
3/23 – Minneapolis, MN @ Whiskey Junction
3/25 – Des Moines, ID @ Lefty’s Live Music
3/26 – Burlington, IA @ The Washington
3/27 – Green Bay, WI @ Cup O Joy
3/29 – Barrington, IL @ Penny Road Pub
3/31 – Columbus, OH @ Rumba Café
4/2 – Tonawanda, NY @ Stamps the Bar
4/4 – Millersburg, PA @ Reigles Bible Fellowship

About Bryan Joe Corder (4266 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.
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