Some Distant Saturday is the first full album from singer-songwriter Frank Randall since his trilogy of releases fronting the Sycamores in the 1990s. The 12 original tunes feature Randall supported by Minneapolis music luminaries John Eller, Noah Levy, Jon Duncan, Adam Levy, Karly Randall, and Chris Lynch. Recorded by Rob Oesterlin at the Terrarium in Minneapolis, mixed by Tom Herbers, and mastered by Tom Garneau, Some Distant Saturday will be available from Flink Records as a limited edition colored vinyl LP, deluxe CD with a lyric fold-out poster, and via digital download. ORDER HERE

Bill Deville
“This album is a charmer. Frank writes such sneaky good songs that are real and authentic. I’ve been a fan since his Sycamores days.”

—Bill Deville, Host of United States of Americana from the Current

Peter Jesperson
“When I hear music that's clearly made by an artist who's doing it for the love of music, and for the love of making music, it's just so inspiring. This album is beautifully recorded and played. Some great songs here that deserve to be heard by many!”

—Peter Jesperson, Co-Founder, Twin Tone Records

Jim Walsh
“Frank Randall's new songs come from a wise, weary, wonderful worldview that sound like they've been waiting to hatch for years. A timeless and hopeful record that plays great early mornings/late nights and all hours in between.”

—Jim Walsh, Author/Songwriter

David Biljan
“Frank has an uncanny ability to write lyrics that are wonderfully introspective, but can fit into everyone’s life. I’d be hard pressed to find a better songwriter.”

—David Biljan, Founder, Crackpot Records

Eric Ambel
“Some Distant Saturday is a very enjoyable musical journey that you won't regret.”

—Eric Ambel, Guitarist, Producer

Twin Cities Reader
“Randall writes bone-deep, allusion-filled songs set to a distinctly American soundtrack.”

—Twin Cities Reader

Saint Paul Pioneer Press
“An uncommonly literate wordsmith with a smoky, soulful delivery.”

—Saint Paul Pioneer Press

Manhattan Spirit
“An exceptionally smart songwriter.”

—Manhattan Spirit

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