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To Report Alien Encounters, Please Call The Hotline Number On Frankie Rose’s Video “Trouble”

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We’ve all been trained how to deal with fire, earthquakes, floods (sort of), and other shenanigans nature dumps on us from time to time. But what society has failed to teach us is dealing with what the universe throws to us…specifically aliens. Are you supposed to tweet your encounter? How do you follow up a UFO encounter? Luckily, Frankie Rose shows us the hotline number based out of Roswell that we can all call to report any extraterrestrial/UFO encounter. Hit play and memorize the numbers by heart:

“Trouble came out of the simple realization that you can’t outrun yourself or your problems. Wherever you go they will follow you unless you address them. I tried. Went to Los Angeles after years in New York and nothing much changed.  3000 miles was a long distance on the map, but it didn’t mean anything was going to shift automatically, unless I made the choice to do it internally” shared the songstress.

The single is from Frankie’s fourth album, Cage Tropical, which will be out on August 11. Frankie, who has already established a wide reputation in Brooklyn, decided to relocate to LA 18 months ago. The record is the outcome of the existential and financial crisis she faced in LA where she found herself working at a catering truck instead of music as she initially planned. The sci-fi elements trace back to her sleepless nights of listening to broadcaster Art Bell’s paranormal-themed archives. But the struggle did pay off, as Frankie is back being a touring musician. Go share your alien stories with her:

North America 2017 tour

6/14 – The Sinclair (Boston, MA, USA)

6/15 – 3s Art Space (Portsmouth, NH, USA)

6/16 – Bar Le Ritz PDB (Montreal, Canada)

6/17 – Horseshoe Tavern (Toronto, Canada)

6/19 – The Grog Shop (Cleveland, OH, USA)

6/20 – El Club (Detroit, MI, USA)

8/11 – Johnny Brenda’s (Philadelphia, PA, USA)

8/12 – Baby’s All Right (New York, NY, USA)

9/12 – DC9 (Washington, DC, USA)

9/13 – Cat’s Cradle (Carrboro, NC, USA)

9/14 – The Earl (Atlanta, GA, USA)

9/15 – The End (Nashville, TN, USA)

9/17 – Gasa Gasa (New Orleans, LA, USA)

9/18 – Walters Downtown (Houston, TX, USA)

9/19 – Club Dada (Dallas, TX, USA)

9/20 – Barracuda (Austin, TX, USA)

9/22 – Rebel Lounge (Phoenix, AZ, USA)

9/23 – Soda Bar (San Diego, CA, USA)

9/24 – The Echo (Los Angeles, CA, USA)

9/25 – Rickshaw Stop (San Francisco, CA, USA)

9/28 – Doug Fir (Portland, OR, USA)

9/29 – Barboza (Seattle, WA, USA)

9/30 – The Cobalt (Vancouver, Canada)

10/2 – Kolby Court (Salt Lake City, UT, USA)

10/3 – Globe Hall (Denver, CO, USA)

10/6 – Turf Club (St Paul, MN, USA)

10/7 – Empty Bottle (Chicago, IL, USA)

10/9 – Club Café (Pittsburgh, PA, USA)

10/10 – Studio at Waiting Room (Buffalo, NY, USA)

10/12 – Rough Trade (New York, NY, USA)

Europe 2017 tour

10/17 – The Joker (Brighton, UK)

10/18 – Moth Club (London, UK)

10/19 – Castle (Manchester, UK)

10/20 – Sneaky Pete (Edinburgh, UK)

10/21 – Kasbah (Coventry, UK)

10/22 – Bodega (Nottingham, UK)

10/24 – Brudenell Social Club (Leeds, UK)

10/25 – The Forum (Turnbridge Wells, UK)

10/28 – London Calling (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

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