Hang on tight with Flower's official music video for "Hysteria", now premiering at Brightest Young Things.
After sharing stages in 2016 with legendary acts like Dinosaur Jr., American Football, L7, and Thursday, the band returns to the stage in the weeks ahead with new East Coast tour dates for the Spring.
4/28 - Brooklyn, NY (The Gutter Bar)
4/30 - Philadelphia, PA (The Barbary)
5/01 - Baltimore, MD (The Windup Space)
5/03 - Raleigh, NC (Schoolkids Records)
5/04 - Charlotte, NC (The Milestone)
5/06 - Greenville, SC (The Radio Room)
5/07 - Birmingham, AL (The Nick)
In case you missed it, Death by Internet streamed exclusively on Impose last month, while New Noise Magazine premiered lead single "Hysteria" and Atwood Magazine declared the song a "quintessential punk rock move".
Gazing into the menacing 21st-century zeitgeist with Death by Internet, Flower delivers a blistering follow-up EP to 2015's full-length debut Waste of Life. A natural evolution from its deeply personal predecessor, Death by Internet viciously challenges our desperate reliance on an alienating network of disconnected imagery over the course of a three song full-sensory assault.
Says frontman Jack Fowler, "Everything's a joke, defining ourselves by our social media pages, becoming hysterical recluses. That's death by internet. Addiction. Agoraphobia. Loneliness and longing. You are so much more than your profile on the internet."
Relationships, ideas, thoughts, information -- with Death by Internet, Flower dismantles how we process them all, leaving the listener amidst the pieces of a fractured culture, too complacent to rebuild.
RIYL: Built To Spill, Cymbals Eat Guitars, Cloud Nothings