Frankie Beetlestone is back with another banger, ‘Cannonball’

'Cannonball' is out now via Distiller Records.
Photo credit: Guy Gooch

Frankie Beetlestone has dropped ‘Cannonball’, his first single of 2023. 

Sheffield’s Frankie Beetlestone follows up last year’s ‘Popstar’ with another anthemic track – conversational and brutally honest, ‘Cannonball’ drops just before Frankie sets out on a massive UK arena tour in support of Tom Grennan.

On ‘Cannonball’, Frankie explains: “‘Cannonball’ is a song about trying to replace a toxic ex. It’s natural to compare a current relationship to previous ones, but I think a lot of people have THAT ONE person from their past. A person who has the potential to destroy whatever they’ve got going on in the present. “Cannonball” is a metaphor for that person. It’s also a reference to Oasis.”

He has also shared a music video for the track which sees him pacing the streets of Sheffield. Check it out below.

You can listen to ‘Cannonball’ here.

The full list of live dates in support of Tom Grennan are as follows.

10 Birmingham, Utilita Arena
11 Cardiff, International Arena
12 Leeds, First Direct Arena
14 Newcastle, O2 City Hall
15 Glasgow, OVO Hydro
17 Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
18 Manchester, AO Arena
19 Brighton, Brighton Centre
21 Plymouth, Plymouth Pavilions
23 London, The O2

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