London-based indie-pop trio Flowers are channeling an anthemic sound with their new single, ‘Bitter Pill’.
There are no half measures when it comes to Flowers latest single ‘Bitter Pill’. Big on production and ambition, the song calls on the full-on sound of the trio’s influnces.
Jumping from the listless haze of its verses to the wide-open dynanism of its choruses, ‘Bitter Pill’ is all about the natural push and pull within Flowers sound. Helped on by the strong dream-pop meets alternative-rock (Jesus & Mary Chain, Cocteau Twins) feel of their music.
However, it’s the etheral lead vocal stylsings of Rachel Kenedy that take centre stage. Floating over the full-bodied indie sound of the band, Kenedy’s voice steals focus whilst never over-powering the track. This contrast within the band is essential, and compelling.
Click below to listen to the Flower’s new single ‘Bitter Pill’. The song’s parent album Everybody’s Dying To Meet You is out on February 12th via Fortuna POP! & Kanine Records.
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