Night Flowers

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Night Flowers – Fortune Teller

London’s Night Flowers release their new album Fortune Teller on October 25th 2019 and the band has released the title track as a taster. The song is forceful, pulsating with intensity and energy. It reminds of The Sundays, and amongst their peers, Holy Now. So that means it’s pretty good yeah? You can pre-order Fortune … Continue reading

Night Flowers – 2000 Miles

London’s Night Flowers cover Chrissie Hynde’s poignant tribute from 1983 to fellow Pretenders founder James Honeyman-Scott on this faithful to the original version. If you know the original then I am sure you will concur with my comments but if it’s a new song to you the guitars/chimes will/still haunt no matter who is playing … Continue reading

Night Flowers – Hey Love

Hey Love is the third single to be lifted from the forthcoming album Wild Notion. It has 1960’s girl band vocals blended with alt rock guitars and if The Concretes were shoegaze orientated they may have well sounded like this. The two b-sides are not bad either. The previously unreleased You Don’t Tell Me sounds … Continue reading

Night Flowers – Losing the Light

Losing the Light is Night Flowers first new track for some time now. It’s a fine slice of gloomy indiepop/dreampop that has a fluctuating intensity about it’s presence. It’s also a fine taster for their debut album that hopefully will see light of the day in 2018. Facebook

Night Flowers – Christmas

Night Flowers have released two seasonal recordings recorded at home on their 8 track. Both of these recordings are pretty decent in particular No Rest which is as dreamy as can be thanks to the lovely shimmering guitars. Christmas is available for nowt although donations will be gratefully received and donated to MIND and TEENAGE … Continue reading

Night Flowers – Sleep

Night Flowers return with both a new vocalist and single. Sleep is at the poppier end of the shoegazing barometer and new singer Sophia Pettit’s voice is used to great effect alongside the shimmering guitars. Flip side Sitting Pretty sees the band still sounding like an early Pains of Being Pure At Heart but, hey, … Continue reading

Night Flowers – Neverlands

Night Flowers have made available for streaming another track from their forthcoming 10″ single on Dirty Bingo Records. It’s called Neverlands and continues the dreampop/shoegaze vibe. The band will be promoting the single with a free gig at Dalston’s The Victoria with the excellent Fever Dream confirmed as support. More details here. Pre-order the EP … Continue reading

Night Flowers – Embers

Embers is taken from Night Flowers new 10″ single which is due out at the beginning of April on Dirty Bingo Records. It reminds me of The Pale Saints which is no bad thing and I am looking forward to hearing the whole shebang. Pre-Order here. Their début release is still available as a free … Continue reading

Night Flowers – Single Beds

I know absolutely nothing about this band. I think they come from London but they sound like a certain NYC band around about the time of their début album. Answers on a postcard! EDIT: Now available as a free download from bandcamp. Facebook

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