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Silent Revolution

by La Fleur Fatale

“Think Opeth’s most psychedelic moments, stretched even closer to the style of late 1960s San Francisco ambience, add in a touch of quirkiness and finesse, and you have the band just about taped." /Classic Rock Magazine
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Mellow My Mind
4:15 album only
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2. Dare To Lick (Hunter's Red Sleeve)
3:27 album only
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3. Release the Colors In Me
3:35 album only
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4. The Winding Stairs To Dawn
3:39 album only
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5. Hung Up On A Dream
3:58 album only
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6. Astral Girl
3:40 album only
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7. Hotel of Your Mind
3:20 album only
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8. The Love of Illusion
3:17 album only
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9. Unreal City
3:17 album only
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10. Pretty Vacancy
3:19 album only
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11. Sting Me
3:52 album only
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12. La Fleur Fatale
3:17 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The silent revolution starts here! La Fleur Fatale release new album!

Since releasing the acclaimed debut album, Night Generation, whose tracks could be heard on anything from BBC radio stations to Swedish National & North American Television trailers, to The Electric Prunes’ radio show, a windsurfing documentary and American Airlines flights(!), Sweden’s modern psych-meisters, La Fleur Fatale, are back with their new album, Silent Revolution, out October 1st on Killer Cobra Records (UK release – November 2nd).

The legendary curse of “that difficult second album” seems to have eluded this band. They’ve come up with 12 new beautifully crafted songs, drawing influences from the psychedelic 60s, classic rock, The Beatles, The Who… while retaining that signature La Fleur Fatale sound of backward guitar, exquisite harmonies, instantly memorable melodies, stabbing guitar riffs, melancholy keyboards, cinematic strings, complex layered production and the addition of some positively Moon-esque drumming from Kristian La Fleur!

The pure psych of the single, “Dare To Lick (Hunter’s Red Sleeve)” and “Hotel of Your Mind” mingles with the California-kissed poppy rock of “The Winding Stairs To Dawn”, “Hung Up On A Dream”, “Pretty Vacancy” and bass-driven anthems “Astral Girl” and “Unreal City”. All of this is capped off with the Zeppelin-esque ballad of the band, “La Fleur Fatale”.

These Swedes are starting a revolution that is anything but silent – the return of quality music with an album that continues to bloom on each hearing. It may be autumn, but “Silent Revolution” will instantly colour your world with summer sunshine.

Please visit the bands websites for more info on shows etcetera.

www.lafleurfatale.com
www.myspace.com/lafleurfataleheband


QUOTES:

“Fabulous psych-pop in a Julian Cope manner from Swedes who take their peers The Soundtrack Of Our Lives' love of walloping big guitars and turn them into pop manna.” /Teletext, UK

“Some of the best music that I have heard this year!" /John Rose - UIC Radio, USA

“It is remarkable how La Fleur Fatale can be rock and mellow, familiar and not, and new and old all at once." /Kevin Kozel - MuzikReviews.com, USA

“The return of quality music.”" /dasfachblatt.de, Germany

“Sweet as a sugar cube soaked in LSD." /Fab - Retrophobic, Italy

“Think Opeth’s most psychedelic moments, stretched even closer to the style of late 1960s San Francisco ambience, add in a touch of quirkiness and finesse, and you have the band just about taped." /Classic Rock Magazine, UK

“Swedish Psych-Rockers ace their ‘difficult’ second album.” /Ian Fielder, Amerikana UK

Teletext, UK - 8/10
Corren, SE - 4/5
Värmlands Folkblad, SE - 4/5
MuzikReviews.com, US - 4/5
Amerikana UK – 8/10

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