"A smart, creative force, a singer/songwriter who explores traditional and non-traditional subjects for genre but with a sonic scope that expands beyond conventional expectation." - ARTISTdirect
Frames in Motion is an indie rock band based in Seattle, and is the creative vehicle of singer and guitarist Jack Shriner. Originally from Wisconsin, Shriner grew up in a family of musicians. He has been a songwriter and home recording artist since he was a teenager, and his music has been featured on NPR’s All Songs Considered Open Mic and Ball of Wax’s Audio Quarterly. Previously releasing albums under his own name, he formed Frames in Motion with bassist Matt Butler and drummer David Solomon in 2016.
Shriner painstakingly recorded and mixed the tracks for Euptablisses, the band’s latest LP, in his apartment, with Butler, Solomon, and other friends helping to bring the songs to life. A musical omnivore, with an expansive sound that merges elements of dream-pop, folk rock, and prog, Shriner’s latest songs reflect the variety of influences that inform his eclectic and introspective worldview.