The Ramona Flowers
Thu 01 Jan 1970
‘Sometimes you hear music and something about it instantly gets you. You get that tug. Its a combination of the melody, the lyrics and that unidentifiable something else that just makes you go Wow. Then as a musician youre thinking Wow. I want to do that. So thats what weve been trying to do.’
So say The Ramona Flowers about their bold musical manifesto and now, just two years after they embarked on their mission, theyve arrived at a sound which is every bit as good as they wanted. Their music mixes electronica, rock, indie, singer Steve Birds incredible falsetto and a lot of emotion. It can sometimes seem as if bands are trying to stand out from the crowd by being the loudest, but The Ramona Flowers show that sometimes a gentler sound can shout loudest of all.
The Ramona Flowers fall under the genre of Alternative music, but there are definite hints of electronic and even pop sounds in the EP. They could be compared to the likes of The xx, or in parts even to Bastille who they were recently on tour with.
The Ramona Flowers were also recently featured as one of The Guardian’s New Bands Of The Day, to read the full article, click here >>
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