The Cellophane Flowers ‘Staring At The World’ Album Review

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You know those really great, almost timeless, female fronted bands that seem to grab your attention no matter the circumstances? If you know what I’m talking about you may want to consider adding another band to your list of go-to’s.

The Cellophane Flowers, out of the U.K., are a fresh brand of pop hooks and upbeat choruses. Coupled with the vocal stylings of Francesca Corradini they shoot way past the proposed mark and lead the listener into a broad landscape of very different and original ideas. Each song is fueled by the steady pulse of the drums, like an engine driving through the atmospheres created by the guitars and bass. That being said and to correlate with the car analogy, The Cellophane Flowers seem to navigate through the twists and turns of new age indie/folk rock with a grace and ease that is not only impressive…but awesomely catchy. Notable tracks like ‘Voices,’ ‘Rock and Roll’ and ‘Time’ really give a great sense of the way this band builds and develops each song into it’s own mixture of ideas and sounds.

Download “Tears Of A Clown” for free right here and don’t forget to order the album Dec. 3!

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Angela Mastrogiacomo

Founder of Infectious Magazine & Muddy Paw Public Relations. Lover of passion, ice cream, and books.

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