“I may have sold my soul a long time ago, but I only lone my heart to rock and roll,” declares The Pretty Flowers, a new band from Los Angeles made up of ex-members from The Henry Clay People and Rademacher. ¬†It’s a tried-and-true approach…a guitar, a bass, some drums and a vocalist with his heart on his blue jean jacket sleeve. ¬†There are plenty of subgenres in the grand scape of rock and roll, but there’s a particular brand of it that hasn’t lost its purity.
It’s the same purity as Nada Surf, who have traversed through¬†our¬†rapidly-changing music climate for 20 years now, proving that a straight-up good indie rock song is still worth a damn. ¬†It’s a purity that gives a band the drive to set up their gear in some off-the-radar town after traveling¬†6 hours in a sweaty van to get there. ¬†It’s a love for rock and roll and a mission to keep it alive. ¬†Let’s hope The Pretty Flowers have many more releases to come, but for now…grab the first physical product they’ve pushed out into the world for a cool $6.50.
Debut 3-song 7" on translucent blue vinyl. Edition of 300.
Includes unlimited streaming of My Alchemist 7" Download via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Shipping out on or around 01 April 2015
Edition of 300
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive