If you have played FreQuency and Amplitude before, then you definitely know the music group Freezepop. They originally formed in 1999 as Liz Enthusiasm, the other Sean T. Drinkwater, the Duke of Candied Apples, and the QY-70, and took the US synthpop scene by storm. Their music has been featured in almost every Harmonix game as well as other video games and are instant fan favorites.
Due to time constraints, the Duke retired in 2009 and Freezepop enlisted new bandmates, Robert John “Bananas” Foster and Christmas Disco Marie Sagan. Over the fifteen years Freezepop has been together, they have produced four studio albums, their music has been featured in many video games, they do concert tours every year, and are currently working on a fifth studio album.
Freezepop’s music is very catchy leaving you a sense of Déjà vu because every song you listen to is literally an instant classic. Their music is composed of various synthesizers that will leave you in a bliss of video game greatness. In the FreQuency and Amplitude series their songs usually help bridge the gap in learning a new difficulty, which give you enough challenge to get better and more fluent with the controller. Their songs are always very fun to play and are a fan favorite especially when they dedicate their songs to us FreQs! The dedication Freezepop has to their fans is incredible and we are happy they are returning to Amplitude!