The Bad Flowers Announce Debut Album ‘Starting Gun’

Midlands based hard rock band, The Bad Flowers, are set to release their debut studio album ‘Starting Gun on Friday 16th of February 2018. The album is a follow up to 2016’s self-titled EP and shows the great progression of song writing and musicianship of The Bad Flowers over the past two years.

To dovetail the release of the debut album, The Bad Flowers will be special guests on Stone Broken’s nationwide 12 date UK tour that starts on Thursday 22nd of February at The Haunt Brighton. The tour also includes an appearance at Planet Rock’s Winters End Festival. 

A pre-sale of ‘Starting Gun‘ will begin on November 10th 2017 via the band website https://thebadflowers.tmstor.es. This includes the limited edition signed red vinyl edition of the album, exclusive t-shirts only available for pre-orders and hand drawn, plus signed, and numbered personalised drum heads.

Following the September release of their recent single Thunder Child, The Bad Flowers we’re named as one of Planet Rock Radio’s “Ones To Watch”.  ‘Thunder Child, the first single taken from the ‘Starting Gun, gained heavy airplay and was described by the station as “pure, dynamic, riff-heavy rock ‘n’ roll delivered with passion and prowess.” This also led to the band being asked to play at Planet Rock’s Christmas party in support of Blues Pills at The Jazz Café, in London on November 21st.

Starting Gunwas recorded at Vigo Studios, near the band’s hometown of Cannock. The band chose this studio because they wanted to make a record that sounded like their roots and had the chance to work with long-time friend of the band and producer Adam Beddow, who has recently helped produce Diamond Head’s most current work.

Tracklisting

  1. Thunder Child
  2. Lions Blood
  3. Secrets
  4. Rich Man
  5. I Hope
  6. Let’s Misbehave
  7. Who Needs A Soul
  8. Be Your Man
  9. Hurricane
  10. I Don’t Believe It
  11. City Lights

L-R: Karl Selickis (Drums), Tom Leighton (Lead Vocals & Guitar), Dale Tonks (Bass)
Photo Credit: © Mark Varney

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