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Rock: 90's Rock Rock: Grunge Moods: Mood: Fun

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CANADA - Ontario

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Night Flowers

Night Flowers is a rabblerousing Indie-Post-Mod-Alt-Rock girl-boy-girl band based in Toronto who are writing the fuzzy alternative rock soundtrack to life.

It was in the summer of 2007, with Tara and Sködt freshly charged from recording in the sunny south, when they met an even sunnier Kimpossible. The music that they now create bring the flowers of the sixties to meet the grunge of the nineties in a melodic journey of distortion pedals, fuzz bass and three-part vocal harmonies. A journey that took the band on tour throughout Northern and Southern Ontario during the summer and fall of 2008, including an invitation to play at Toronto’s Indie Week along the way.

The trio’s first EP is a waving motorcade of parading protest, angsty anthems, grungy guitar rallies and sonic suggestions which was self-produced and recorded in their rehearsal studio, mixed by Jordon Zadorozny (Sam Roberts, Abbey) and mastered by Juno award nominee João Carvalho.

The procession begins with ‘Man of the People’. Tongue-in cheek, riffy and raucous, this song urges one to wake up and smell the roses, but to also trip the light fantastic! In ‘Pep Rally’, the theme of control, dominance and the struggle to be on top reaches an apex as it is sung by a cool and not-so-sure cheerleader, supported by a pyramid of fuzz bass and guitar.

Tara Roja - Vox, Guitar, Bass, Percussive things
Kim Hero - Drums, Vox
Scott O'Mahtik - Bass, Guitar, Vox, Synth

Night Flowers - EP (September 16, 2008)