The Bad Flowers were formed in 2014 and have been swiftly making friends and
influencing people alike. With the vocal and guitar talents of Tom Leighton,
underpinned by Dale Tonk’s heavy bass groove, and Karl Selickis’ chest
pumping beats, the band’s undeniable chemistry is evident. With infectious
riffs, original song-writing and contagious vigour, The Bad Flowers are
becoming the name on everybody’s lips; the trio will break from the
underground by the end of the year.
The Midlanders have already performed tirelessly across the UK and
throughout Europe. Along the way, they have shared stages with Crobot, The
Sheepdogs and The Sonics, to name just a few. With their worship of riffs
and groove and their clear devotion to serving their time in both the
rehearsal room and on the road, the British rock outfit are constantly
progressing and always looking to raise the bar.
The threesome have just completed work on their stunning self-titled EP,
which calls to Led Zeppelin and The Who enthusiasts, and fans of new rock
blues contemporaries The Temperance Movement and Broken Witt Rebels. The EP,
blessed with four burly slabs of groove-drenched rock, from the engulfing
dynamics of their opener Can You Feel It?, to the mighty crunchy Run Run
Run, is a record that will shine for years to come. With plans already in
place for a full length album, and further tours and festivals slotted for
the rest of the year, The Bad Flowers have no intention of slowing down!