Get ready to discover greatness – “The Frosty, Heidi & Frank Show” will premiere Mongolian rock band The HU’s “Wolf Totem” on today’s “New Music Fridays.”
The song will make its Southern California radio debut on the station’s 9:30am segment. FHFShow‘s co-host, Frank Kramer, is encouraging local sports teams to play the song as their new walk out song for the 2020 season. Kramer thought the song, featuring Jacoby Shaddix of Papa Roach, would be a “great hype, walk-out song” for teams.
“I support local teams, whether high school, college or pro, so let’s see if any of them send us a video of it being used as their walk-out,” Kramer said.
The already explosive viral reaction to The HU’s signature throaty sound has deemed them a place on the station’s growing list of bands to watch. KLOS Program Director, Keith Cunningham stands behind the success of the KLOS “new music” platforms, which also includes “Stay Or Go,” a long-time segment on “The Frosty, Heidi & Frank” show which calls on listeners to decide the fate of up and coming local bands. On “Wolf Totem,” Cunningham said, “There’s a lot of newer music out there, but this song is truly unique. With its hypnotic beat, unique instrumentation and the combination of The HU’s throat singing and Jacoby’s stand-out guest-vocal make it something we want our audience to experience. I’ll be very surprised if ‘Wolf Totem’ isn’t being heard on Radio stations all over the country in the very near future.”
The band is expected to continue growing in popularity as they are listed on the line-up for this April’s Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival.