Dark, guitar-driven and a heavy nod to the 80s- Cardiff's Chain Of Flowers might only be little over a year old, but are already proving themselves to be somewhat special. Their swirling yet direct post-punk sound could be a lovechild of something Factory/Creation Records and Dischord would've released and has already seen them play shows with Eagulls, Islet, Pure Love, Iceage, Merchandise, Purling Hiss and more.
Chain Of Flowers are set to release their grittiest and most intense offering to date; a limited edition tape of 200 copies entitled the 'Arches Session' 20th January 2014 via their own Swine Language label. Recorded live in their space beneath the main railway lines of Cardiff train station by J Thomas (Islet) and mixed by Ben Greenberg (The Men). The cassette features two songs - 'Death's Got A Hold On Me' is an original track whilst the second is a cover of Spectrum's 'How You Satisfy Me'.
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