Featured Artist: NIGHT FLOWERS

NIGHT FLOWERS

It has been a whirlwind couple of years for London indie-pop quintet Night Flowers, since
these close friends from North England collided with Boston, Massachusetts born vocalist
Sophia Pettit and began forming their irresistible brand of heart stirring, romantic pop. Creating
a joyous combination of intertwining female/male vocals backed by glistening guitars and
dreamlike atmospherics that has seen them amass friends, fans and accolades across the
world.

The release this spring of their long awaited debut album ‘Wild Notion’ has received
widespread praise. The band have hit the road in full effect, blowing blissful gales through
audiences all summer at packed out club shows and festivals such as Bluedot, Kendal
Calling and Indietracks, having only just spent 2017 touring the UK with The Pains of Being
Pure At Heart and Japanese Breakfast, as well as a main stage performances at End of The
Road and Visions.

With extensive UK and European dates and a Japanese tour under their belts, the future is
looking bright and busy. The group return to Japan this November to tour their release on
Japanese indie label Rimeout Records. Next year has them heading to festivals on the
European circuit and a wealth of club shows in Spain, France, Germany, Italy and Norway, as
they prepare 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.

 

Next Manchester show: Friday 15th February @ 78 Sackville St

Tickets: CLICK HERE

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