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— Daily Tune 25/02/2021

White Flowers Deliver Dream Pop For Desperate Times On “Daylight”

There is indeed certain beauty in the bleakness and for British duo White Flowers returning home to  their native Preston really underlined that. Joey Cobb and Katie Drew studied in London before so that change in their scenery surely affected the sound of their music. White Flowers make dreamy pop in the sense of Beach House but there’s a subtle darkness that runs through it which makes it even more tempting. Daylight is a prime example here, shimmering like a small ray of sunlight in a dark room while creating a liberating yet also somehow quite sad atmosphere. More from that tempting style can be found on the band’s debut album Day By Day which is out this spring. “The songs on the album were written from when we were teenagers up to our early 20s, so it’s come of age in this weird apocalyptic time,” explains Katie the vibe. Joey adds: “Everything’s surrounded by uncertainty but it isn’t all doom and gloom, there are positives, rules are out the window and you can do what you want. There’s some hope in there.” When despair and hope go hand in hand you can count on us for keeping track with it. White Flowers‘ first full length arrives on May 7 via Tough Love Records

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