About The Free Design
Hailing from New York, The Free Design were a late ’60s/early ’70s family pop group, releasing eight brilliant albums and influencing countless musicians (Beck, Belle & Sebastian, Cornelius, and Stereolab, to name a few).
Chris, Bruce, Sandy and Ellen Dedrick were brothers and sisters with a singing style that laid the groundwork for all things soft-pop-psych. Fans of The Beach Boys and The Association take note!
The Free Design Discography
Stars Time Bubbles Love
Sing for Very Important People
One By One
The Free Design IN THE News
The Free Design has been featured in social media and the news many times over the years. We hope you enjoy the highlights here.
Light In The Attic Records is re-releasing Kites Are Fun, by legendary sunshine psych-pop band The Free Design. It was one…
Turns out Jimmy Fallon’s favorite song right now is The Free Design’s “Kites Are Fun”! One of…