ALBUM REVIEW: Night Flowers – Wild Notion | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Released: 13.04.18

 

 

 

 

 

I wasn’t expecting to be a fan of sparkly indie pop until the angelic Night Flowers and their gooey debut Wild Notion filled my headphones.

Fronted by Sophia Pettit, the London five-piece have delivered a delightfully romantic album of tracks that flow together perfectly. Pettit’s silky vocals glide over twinkling synths and dreamy basslines to transport you back to summertime memories of years gone by.

Radiating with Japanese pop-esqe undertones and reminiscent of a softer Chrvches, Wild Notion offers a unique amalgamation of indie and pop glittered with late 80’s shoegaze influences. From the punkier Night Alive to the energetic highlight track Hey Love and Unwound which gives off serious 90’s girl band vibes, Night Flowers are testament that we all need an injection of fairytale-pop in our life.

 

 

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