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The Ramona Flowers
Submitted by Kaj Roth on 2018-04-10
The Ramona Flowers Drop Visualizer For Out Of Focus Single

Having initially banded together in their shared search to find the sweet spot between rock and electronica, The Ramona Flowers have progressed through two albums – Dismantle And Rebuild (2014) and Part Time Spies (2016) – to their finely-honed third long-player, Strangers. Their most electronic and dancefloor-ready offering to date, its creation was overseen – as was its predecessor – by American, London-based producer Chris Zane (Passion Pit, Friendly Fires, St Lucia). “Chris has a brilliant knack for getting the most beautiful sounds out of classic synths," Sam James says of Zane. “This time around, we really wanted to be able to bring those kinds of sounds to life.”

Among the band’s more recent adventures are a memorable set at Glastonbury 2017 and a trip to Japan to play at the 2017 Fuji Rock Festival, where they were astounded to find themselves performing at the decidedly un-rock’n’roll time of 10.30AM to 5,000 avid fans. “They were singing along and knew all the words,” Bird marvels. “It’s weird when you’ve written some words just sitting in England and then people in Japan are singing them back to you. That was definitely one of the most fun gigs.”

The addictive chorus of electro pop follow-up single Out Of Focus further underlines the more synth-based emphasis of upcoming album Strangers


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