Frances Cone, a Charleston native and CofC alum, released the single and music video for her song, "Come Back" on May 22nd.
The music video actually doubles up on Charleston credits - Page Schultz, another CofC alum, did the wardrobe styling for the shoot.
Frances Cone's "Come Back" video was recently featured on Refinery 29. Her voice receives high praise and rightfully so, watch the official music video above then read below for Refinery 29's review:
Brooklyn-by-way-of-Charleston singer/songwriter Frances Cone’s new single “Come Back” sounds like the type of song that would score a romance set in a ‘50s-style diner. It has that lived-in nostalgic quality which places the listener somewhere immediately familiar, yet removed from any specific decade or place.
With a soft voice that hits somewhere between Neko Case’s Americana and the breathy depth of Cat Power, Cone takes a failing relationship and spins it into a yarn as comforting as it is heartbreaking. The video, too (shot by Hillary Spera), contains a similar out-of-time intimacy. Watch it below, and download the single now on iTunes.