Drinking Flowers New Swirled Order on LP
The Drinking Flowers aesthetic: The bones of glam, boiled in the blood of disco. The Drinking Flowers mission: To be a crystal podium towering over the dancefloor of pop politique. With an ethos so fundamentally rooted in rhythm that the "music with a message" paradigm is shattered into a thousand shimmering pieces. It's no wonder that the group exudes the confidence of political emissaries from some undiscovered nightclub planet.
Drinking Flowers originated in Orange County, California. Shrugging off the shackles of surf and garage, they quickly moved to LA and within a few years established their own pop underground with a couple of washed out EPs. Most notably the transitional "Shadow Show" – whose cover art saw a collaboration with Vice News artist Alex Schubert.
The Drinking Flowers new album, New Swirled Order, is the sound of the Californian shore kissing the dirty cheek of late-80s London. It will grace our ears on glorious vinyl in March of 2016 courtesy of the newly reborn Manifesto Records.