"Chiming pop music of a rare, unaffected sort"
"Yes - they are exactly how you’d expect a three-piece produced by Bernard Butler and signed to Fortuna Pop! to sound, but this London lot make the prospect of powerfully jangly indie pop seem an exciting one again. Pitched somewhere between 4AD ethereality and the fuzzy energy of an early The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, the main attraction is the mesmeric vocals of the stock-still bassist and singer Rachel Kenedy as chaos reigns all around here. Their show at the tiny Black Lion was one of the most thrilling of the weekend, and with a debut album out after the summer things are looking bloomin’ great for Flowers." - The Line of Best Fit