AV Super Sunshine’s new song ‘Frankenstein’ is a monster track created as an unorthodox musical experiment, much like that funky creature from Mary Shelly’s classic novel of the same name. The opening lines “I am your Gaga, but not the radio kind” are both a reference to the classic Queen song and a shout out to Mother Monster herself, Lady Gaga.  AV explains, “The term Mother Monster was first used by a fan in 2009. When She started using it herself, Lady Gaga started called her young fans ‘Little Monsters’.  So, in a way, she created a fanbase of ‘Frankenstein’ monsters.  I thought, that’s cool. That’s the ‘Frankenstein’ story I tried to write.”  A modern day ‘Monster Mash’, AV’s song is also the perfect track for any Fall Pop, Rock or AC playlist.  

AV Super Sunshine is set to share upcoming performances on “The Kelly Clarkson Show,” the “Tamron Hall Show” and “CBS This Morning Saturday.”  In addition to having over 1 million channel views on YouTube, AV’s last three singles have all racked up Global Airplay Top 10s; “The Wedding Song”#4 on the DRT Global AC Airplay chart (just behind Olivia Rodrigo, Taylor Swift and The Weeknd) “Together” #6 on the DRT Global Rock Airplay chart (just behind Foo Fighters, Rise Against, Volbeat, Daughtry and Five Finger Death Punch) and “Super Cool” #6 DRT Global AC Airplay chart (just behind Lewis Capaldi, Post Malone, The Weeknd, Ava Max and Harry Styles).

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