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First Glances – The Cellophane Flowers

The Cellophane Flowers are the masters of driving, quirky pop. Their songs reflect an eclectic array of influences from tribal drumming to West Coast alt-rock to the dark tinge of 80’s pop. Though bustling with ideas, the band leaves the sublime vocals of singer Francesca Corradini with the room to bring their songs to life – there are no superfluous special effects, the organic feel of the music
would be perfectly suited to vinyl, a fact that hasn’t escaped the band who always give their CD artwork an LP look and feel.

The band has recently finished with producer Dave Allen (The Cure / Depeche Mode / Human League / The Charlatans) on their forthcoming album, ‘Staring At The World’. This builds on the critical success of last year’s ‘If I Was A Girl’ EP, which generated appearances on BBC Radio 1 and 6, local radio and numerous radio stations in the US.

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