Artist info

Genre

Rock


band members

Babyshakes Dillon, Christian Driscoll, Luke Hanson, Drew Mort, Caleb Widener.


Influences

Nick Cave, David Bowie, MGMT


Website

smarturl.it/deathorhell

Bio

Full Flower Moon Band's new EP Death Or Hell is out now via Sunset pig Records!
Including new single 'Meet Ya' with a cinematic lyric video shot in Joshua Tree, California.

Having been based between Melbourne, the US and Brisbane, this group has now settled in Brisbane with a solid line up of Australia’s finest musicians: Luke Hanson drums (Hobo Magic), Christian Driscoll guitar (Bricklayers), Caleb Widener guitar (The Cassowaries), and Drewfus Mort bass (The Flamingo Jones).

FFMB regularly toured their unhinged rock show, and have had to pleasure of sharing the stage with The Garden (USA), Orb, Bad Dreams, Benjamin Lazar Davis (USA), A Swayze & The Ghosts and a ticked off a notable appearance at the Sydney + Melbourne psych rock festival Bad Vibes.

"Full Flower Moon Band are a powerful force in experimental rock music, consistently delivering dynamic and intoxicating sonic experiences that are a delight to sink your teeth into." - Happy Mag

"There’s a lot to love about the record alone, with its Velvet Underground opiate haze."
Kate Hennesy, The Guardian

https://youtu.be/U5cSDwnm4Fk

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

01 Feb 2021

Triple J
40

i saw imogen from unearthed radio shouting this new song out and was immediately filled with about 10x the amount of attitude i usually possess after listening to it. emboldened, stomping goodness from ffmb.

i saw imogen from unearthed radio shouting this new song out and was immediately filled with about 10x the amount of attitude i usually possess after listening to it. emboldened, stomping goodness from ffmb.

Review

Review by Pip Rasmussen Pip Rasmussen

21 Dec 2020

Triple J
40

I'm feeling like 10 times cooler listening to this. Effortless rock that takes it's damn time and goes where it pleases.

I'm feeling like 10 times cooler listening to this. Effortless rock that takes it's damn time and goes where it pleases.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

21 Dec 2020

Triple J
40

Just the sort of gravel grazed blues track I needed for those sticky summer nights ahead.

Just the sort of gravel grazed blues track I needed for those sticky summer nights ahead.