Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


Sounds like

Hatchie, Alvvays, Middle Kids


band members

Agnes O'Dwyer, Dylan Clark, Leighton Cauchi


Influences

Jeff Buckley , Lana Del Rey, The Shins, The 1975


Unearthed artists we like

Ultracrush, Anyes


Bio

Sydney-based trio producing fun indie rock with a pinch of pop influence.
Prior to the formation of The Flowers, Leighton and Dylan were in several bands together touring nationally. After couch surfing their way through Los Angeles and searching for a lead vocalist in 2017, they returned home crestfallen. Mid 2018, the pair stumbled upon Agnes via triple j Unearthed. After connecting, jamming and finding their sound, The Flowers came to be.
Now, with the release of their debut single ‘Truly Madly Sleepy’, The Flowers are set to continue writing, releasing and performing their sad-happy songs for the people who enjoy sad-happy things.

Review

Review by Nat Tencic Nat Tencic

13 Aug 2019

Triple J
50

Preparing for collective groans, I'll say this is sharp, artful and keeps *unfolding* in glorious ways.

...

I'll show myself out, whistling this absolute winner.

Preparing for collective groans, I'll say this is sharp, artful and keeps *unfolding* in glorious ways.

...

I'll show myself out, whistling this absolute winner.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

13 Aug 2019

Triple J
45

Exceptionally great just as the last one. So many moments to hold on to closely in this. It naturally feels good. Extremely enjoyable.

Exceptionally great just as the last one. So many moments to hold on to closely in this. It naturally feels good. Extremely enjoyable.

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

08 Aug 2019

Triple J
40

initially, i was like "where's the big knockout hook from Truly Madly Sleepy?" and then after a couple listens i was like "oh there's 100 of them and they're literally everywhere, cool cool cool"

initially, i was like "where's the big knockout hook from Truly Madly Sleepy?" and then after a couple listens i was like "oh there's 100 of them and they're literally everywhere, cool cool cool"