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.
Emerging in Japan in 2012, Kyoto based indie pop quartet Homecomings are one of the most talked about bands on the current Japanese indie music scene, combining fuzzy & jangly guitars, catchy, bittersweet dreampop melodies and beautiful vocal harmonies.
Last year they released their excellent third full length “Whale Living” to great acclaim.
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STAGE TIMES >>>
DOORS – 7.30
PROTECTION SPELLS – 20:00
HOMECOMINGS – 20:45
NIGHT FLOWERS – 21:45
Scared to Dance DJs till 1am
Tickets £8 +bf
451 Queensbridge Road, London, E8 3AS