Justine Frischmann

Justine Frischmann

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Justine Elinor Frischmann (born 16 September 1969) is an English singer and guitarist, best known for being the lead singer of the now defunct band, Elastica. In the last few years, she has gained recognition as an abstract painter.

Early life

Justine Frischmann was born in Twickenham, to Wilem Frischmann, a Jewish-Hungarian Holocaust survivor who is chairman of the Pell Frischmann company of consulting engineers, and to a Jewish-Russian mother.

Frischmann attended St Paul's School, before studying Architecture at University College London. Initially, Frischmann had wanted to pursue art, but after her father expressed doubts, she agreed to stop going to art college and attend Bartlett School of Architecture at University College London, where she spent six years studying architecture.



Frischmann began dating Brett Anderson in 1989, and together they founded the band Suede. She left the band in 1991.


Frischmann later founded and fronted her own band, Elastica, which was formed in 1992 and emerged in 1993 with the single "Stutter" with help from BBC Radio 1 DJ Steve Lamacq. They were signed to his label, Deceptive Records, and the band members were: Frischmann on vocals/guitar, Donna Matthews on guitar, Annie Holland on bass and Justin Welch on drums. In 1995, Elastica was nominated for the Mercury......
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