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Watch GFM’s Video for Their Ripping Single “Framing My Perception”

Newly-signed Rockfest Records female metal trio, GFM, debuted their video for the ripping single “Framing My Perception,” the title track for the band’s upcoming EP.



Newly-signed Rockfest Records female metal trio, GFM (Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh), debuted their video for the ripping single “Framing My Perception,” the title track for the band’s upcoming EP. Per a recent press release, “The music video depicts the battle of struggling with addiction within yourself and letting it take over, but rising above it and becoming stronger in the end.”

The band comments on the video, stating:

“With this video, We wanted to portray the raw, honest truth of addiction. It’s not so much about the battle with the substance itself, but it’s about a person’s past and the pain that comes along with it. In the darkest moments, sometimes it seems like the best option to drown out the pain and the memories. However, that will only hurt more in the long run. There is hope, and your life is worth living to the fullest!”

GFM is composed of English sisters Maggie (bass, vocals), CJ (guitar), and Lulu (drums) and are based in Jacksonville, FL.

GFM Tour Dates:


May 07 – Roseville, CA @ Goldfield Trading Post (with FOZZY)
May 08 – San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall (with FOZZY)
May 09 – Reno, NV @ Virgnia Street Brewhouse (with FOZZY)
May 12 – Colorado Springs, CO @ Sunshine Studios (with FOZZY)
May 13 – Denver, CO @ Oriental Theater (with FOZZY)
May 14 – Wichita, KS @ Temple Live (with FOZZY)
May 15 – Ft. Smith, AR @ Temple Live (with FOZZY)
May 16 – Sauget, IL @ Pop’s (with FOZZY)
May 20 – Atlanta, GA @ Vinyl at Center Stage (with JOHN5)
May 28 – Jacksonville, FL @ Kona Skatepark
June 15 – Harrison, OH @ The Blue Note
June 16 – Flint, MI @ Machine Shop
June 17 – Greentown, IN @ Kingdom Come Festival
June 18 – Angola, IN @ The Electric Room
September 8-11 – Alton, VA @ Blue Ridge Rock Festival

Artwork for the single “Framing My Perception” by GFM

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