It has been a whirlwind few years for London indie-pop quintet Night Flowers, since these close friends from North England collided with Boston, Massachusetts born vocalist Sophia Pettit and perfected their irresistible brand of heart stirring, romantic pop. A joyous combination of intertwining female/male vocals backed by huge, glistening guitars and dreamlike atmospherics has seen them amass friends, fans and accolades across the world.
With the release in 2018 of their long awaited debut album Wild Notion the band hit the road in full effect, blowing blissful gales through audiences the world over at packed out club shows and festivals in Europe, Japan and the UK, with The Pains of Being Pure At Heart and Japanese Breakfast, amongst many others.
Upcoming album Fortune Teller, due for release on 25th October via Dirty Bingo Records, serves as a love letter to the rock giants of the 20th Century, abound with widescreen tales of haunted lovers, broken dreams, neon desire, heartbreak and rebirth, all played out on nocturnal streets and moonlit motorways.
Ex-Vöid is the new band from Alanna McArdle and O Williams (formerly of Joanna Gruesome), Laurie Foster, Kester Davies and Jon Coddington. McArdle and Williams continue to mix sugary sweet harmonies with furious blasts of noise to create what they coin ‘Ex-treme Pöwer Pöp’. The group released their self-titled debut EP via Don Giovanni Records in May.
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Tickets £8 +bf
289 The Railway Arches, Cambridge Heath Rd, London, E2 9HA