Frozemode turn online hate into hype with new single ‘ASBO Boys’

Underground three-piece Frozemode have seen all the nasty comments of them online – and used it as source material for a frenetic new banger.


The London-based trio are riding high following the release of their debut mixtape Demode in November last year.

Yet, as is always the way online these days, people are still giving them digital flak for simply doing what they’re doing.

Thankfully, the three alt-rap stars – I.V. Gatlin, Lisong, and Cho-Hollow – are not only able to see the funny side to all the online derision, but have teamed up with producer Luke Fitton to transform all the hate into their latest propulsive tune, ‘ASBO Boys’.

Have a listen to the track via its below, featuring a handful of some of the comments they’ve received and their typical raw spirit.

Describing the track in their own words, and how it came about, the band have said: “We are good Christian boys, but some girl online said we looked like we had ASBOs so we made a track about it and all the other mad comments we’ve received. God bless, Amen. Xx.”

Frozemode have been in fiery form in recent months, having recently wrapped up a mammoth 54-show run.

When whynow spoke to them almost a year ago exactly, they told us: “We really believe we can get to the top of this game. 

“We want critically-acclaimed, chart-topping projects, long-lasting singles and we want Frozemode to be a household name that everyone will remember.”


And with the amount of energy they’re putting into their live shows, as well as their output, they’re certainly making a go of that.

They now look ahead to another considerable run on the road for the rest of this year, with the slots set for the likes of Radio 1’s Big Weekend, Download Festival and Reading & Leeds.

Check out their full list of forthcoming live dates below, and sign up to ‘The Modedem’ to receive exclusive news about the trio’s drops, merch and shows.

26 May – Radio 1 Big Weekend – Luton

14 June – Download Festival, Donington

10 July – 2000trees, Cheltenham

27 July – Deer Shed Festival, Yorkshire

23 Aug – Reading Festival

24 Aug – Leeds Festival

31 Aug – Barnstomper Festival, Dorset

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