Share new video for ‘Head On’,
Headline show at Moth Club, London, October 12th
Debut album Wild Notion, out now on Dirty Bingo Records
London Indie-pop quintet Night Flowers have released a new video for the track ‘Head On’, taken from their widely praised spring album Wild Notion.
Further reinforcing the band’s creeping move into a moodier sonic territory, the video is a swirling jolt to the system with a heavy heartbeat, with vocalist Sophia Pettit’s remarkable control building and building as the song climbs to an epic crescendo, complete with bittersweet, triumphant brass.
Directed by the band themselves and shot by film maker Daisy Dickinson, (Benny Page, Adrena Adrena), the wandering camera finds singers Sophia Pettit and Greg Ullyart lost in London twilight, in a short cinematic story that echoes the song’s themes of communication breakdown, isolation and reconciliation.
Their debut album Wild Notion received widespread praise and having hit the road in full effect, Night Flowers blew blissful gales through audiences up and down the country all summer at packed out club shows and festivals such as Bluedot, Kendal Calling and Indietracks.
With a headline show at London’s Moth Club fast approaching on 12th October, the band are preparing to unveil a wave of new material, fully reaffirming why everyone has them pinned as a true indie-pop sensation just moments from boiling over.
12th October – Moth Club, London
13th October – Twisterella Festival, Middlesbrough
9th Feb – Minifestival de Música Independent, Barcelona
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Praise for Night Flowers:
“Wild Notion is an album that’s been a long time coming, but it’s worth the wait, packed as it is with full-bodied indie-riffs, which in turn are inflected by Night Flowers’ undeniable pop sensibility.” – Noisey
“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