Foreign Frontiers is an indie rock duo that started in Benicia, California. Phinehas Spielman and Byron Mayhew having been writing and playing music together in different projects since middle school. As things became more serious, the two began to form a clearer image of what Foreign Frontiers is now. After a few years of gigging, the band was discovered by Richard Segovia (of Puro Bandido who has toured with Santana, Eddie Money and more) who took them under his wing. Through Segovia, the duo connected with Guillermo Landaker (bass) and Victor Bejarano Jr. (drums) who make up the rhythm section of the band's live performance. Since adding Bejarano and Landaker to Foreign Frontiers' live show, the band has played at Slim's in San Francisco and the Great American Music Hall and the band is currently heading to headline at Slims this Spring. Along with these achievements, band has opened up for Salvador Santana (Carlos Santana's son) and have been crowned Battle of Band Finalist. The writing duo, draws inspiration from bands such as Kings of Leon, Young the Giant, Hippo Campus and other indie rock powerhouses. Currently the band is the recording studio working on their newest full length EP, "Stubborn" coming soon.