Brooklyn's surf-noir rockers Fruit & Flowers release debut EP Drug Tax


Brooklyn's self proclaimed surf-noir quartet Fruit & Flowers released their debut EP Drug Tax courtesy of Little Dickman Records.

Conceived in a Bushwick loft with broken air con during the summer of 2015 by bassist Caroline and drummer Shaw Walters the band was soon joined by Lyzi and Ana Becker on guitars and vocals.

The band went through some changes when Shaw handed the role of drummer to Jose Berrio whose style elevates the strong rhythmic character of the four.

Deemed one of the 'most active' bands in New York Fruit & Flowers will embark on their third tour of 2017 in July to Canada and the Midwest to celebrate the Drug Tax release.

Ana Becker's expressive guitar style and Lyzi Wakefield's gritty rhythmic backbone merge a post-punk heaviness with psychedelic warmth.

Committed and charismatic front woman Caroline Yoder conjures a possessing energy, surrounded by distinct and refreshing three part harmonies, the bedrock of Fruit and Flowers' sound as heard in track Subway Surfer, taken from Drug Tax.



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