Artist - Nick Frater

Release - "Goodbye Kayfabe"

Genre - Power Pop

Label - Great Sheiks

Format - 7 Track Album (Digital Download/Streaming)

Date - Available from 31/3/2018


Croydon-based power pop producer Nick Frater, releases his third solo album this spring.

Bringing together his love of a late 1960s 'heavy Beatles' sound, with moments of fun 1970s production, and heart-breaking ballads, this album packs a lot of punch across its seven tracks.

Featuring a guest vocal appearance from Nicolai Prowse (Do Me Bad Things), lead track Built To Last has an accompanying video featuring two white-suited Mexican wrestlers battling in a Japanese restaurant!

The album also features Remoaner (A Song For Europe), a barbed response to the Brexit vote, and by far the catchiest political protest song for decades!


Recent Press


I Don't Hear A Single (UK)

"...the Nick Frater album encapsulates everything that I Don't Hear A Single is about and it's from the UK."

"Goodbye Kayfabe is an absolute joy of a listen. Right up our street."

Powerpopaholic (USA)

 "...impressive opener “Built To Last" is one of the best retro-Raspberries singles I’ve heard this year. It’s almost impossible to top!"

Power of Pop (Singapore) 

"...the music harks back to the sophisticated pop songwriting of the 60s and the 70s, where melodic craft is highly prized and inventive arrangements are meant to thrill and surprise, rather than conform to contemporary (mis)conceptions of what pop music should sound like."

Power of Pop (Singapore) 

"we are so gobsmacked to discover such pop-affirming music in these unforgiving (un)musical times."

Darian Sahanaja (Brian Wilson/Wondermints)

"Talented guy"

Ice Cream Man Power Pop And More (Norway)


Songs From So Deep (UK)

"Nick’s music reminds me of Jellyfish’s incredibly knowing but lovingly crafted meta pop"

Available from all online providers including - 


Apple Music