NIGHT FLOWERS Announce new single, ‘Losing The Light’ Out now on Dirty Bingo Records

January 24, 2018

Josh Moore


Announce new single, ‘Losing The Light’
Out now on Dirty Bingo Records

Following a sold-out string of early 7″ releases and recent tours with Japanese Breakfast and The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, London’s indie/dream-poppers Night Flowers have announced new single, “Losing The Light“. This hook-filled pop song sways from desire to despair and back again, all backed by the most gentle of riffs and gloriously lush synths.

The video, directed by long time collaborator and friend Darren Topliss, finds singer Sophia Pettit in a slow motion adventure, rediscovering the city around her with a childlike wonder and a new found sense of freedom. The band call it “a video that celebrates the importance of living in the moment.” Watch it below…

The band are currently putting the finishing touches to their debut album, due 2018.

Friday 27th April – The Lexington, London


Night Flowers are:
Sophia Pettit (vocals), Chris Hardy (guitar and vocals), Sam Lenthall (bass), Zebedee Budworth (drums) and Greg Ullyart (vocals and guitar)


Praise for Night Flowers:

“a vital, present day jolt of electrics to escapist pop” – DIY

“Night Flowers stand out from their modern peers merely because they’re the rare band that sounds like they want to do just that.” – Pitchfork

“glimmering guitar music that manages to be bright and poppy without giving up its melancholic mood.” – Stereogum

“Glorious” – NME

“Night Flowers’ gifts for harmony, and their rich, pastel sound seem primed to make this kind of rainy-day pop.” – The Line Of Best Fit

“The jingle jangle of the 80′s pop bangle mixed up with early nineties shoegaze.”
– BEAT Magazine

“Revisiting the dreamiest side of Creation Records’ shoegaze sound.”
– Loud And Quiet Magazine

“wistful melodies allied to perfectly pitched guitar noise” – Clash

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