Biggest Fan is a call to England football fans to never stop dreaming of winning a major tournament. It is the unofficial song for England that is to set light to EURO 2021. Frank Brannan had the desire to create what he felt was an anthemic music offering that can be shared amongst passionate fans. And now he has Biggest Fan out he spoke with The Fountain about support he has had and plans he has for the remainder of the year.
TF: You have a new single out, what has the reception been like to Biggest Fan?
The reception to Biggest Fan so far has been really good! I’ve had quite a few people saying that they have had it stuck in their heads when they wake up in the morning, which Is a new one for me.
TF: And has the response mostly been from football supporters?
The response has been mainly from football supporters which is not surprising although not all of them as I think the song is quite universal in its message of hope in the chorus!
TF: What is your plan for the remainder of the year?
I’m planning on recording a solo album in August which is almost written now and will hopefully have it out by the end of the year. I also have a documentary coming out about my band Towers of London.
TF: Where is your favourite venue for playing live, where is the next place you look most forward to gigging?
My favourite venue for gigging is probably Brixton Academy where I’ve supported the prodigy and a little venue up in York called Fibbers which has a great sweaty atmosphere but I’m looking forward to gigging anywhere really after this pandemic. Scotland, Wales and Liverpool would be good as it’s where I’m from originally and all my cousins live there so it would be a good chance to have a good old fashioned Brannan family knees up!