Whoever says pop music doesn’t have substance, clearly hasn’t listened to Frances Rose. With early support from Nylon, BULLETT and our friends over at Disco Naïveté (not to mention, an opening slot for Allie X during her recent trip to New York), it’s safe to assume these girls have got a big future ahead of them. Already signed to Warner/Chappell, Frances Rose make 80s-inspired synth-pop that calls mind the work of Carly Rae Jepsen and her all to often overlooked collaborator, Dev Hynes. On their latest single “Dangerous,” the pair trade harmonies like baseball cards through the verse, while sharing a moment of aural bliss on the chorus. With voices like this, I’m confident these girls could sing the phonebook and make it sound like a hit.