Hold onto your hats - because the Floral Image train has left the station. Destination? Who knows.

The journey? Well, it began in the deep, dark depths of the Norfolk countryside in 2019, eventually crystallising into the five-piece Psych-Indie-Electronica-Rock band that you see today, located in the third-eye of Norwich, UK. Since that night of genesis, the band has gone on to become known for their astronomically mind-melting live show and their self-released demos which were selected by Huw Stephens, earning ‘Ones to Watch’ status on his Radio 1 BBC Music Introducing Show.

Why I Leave, their latest single and first with Catch 21 Records, is a flower show exhibition of what Floral Image are all about…a creamy mix of bright electronic and organic soundscapes, booty-moving rhythm bops for the summertime ceremonies, topped with often introverted and melancholic lyrics for those long, lonesome nights. Light and dark. Yin and yang. Environmentalism and capitalism? Perhaps.

Combining Motown grooves, 70’s synths which are straight out of some cult sci-fi motion picture and anthemic, singalongable vocal melodies, Why I Leave will have you toe-tapping all the way to the brave new world. Why I Leave is now available on streaming platforms, across Earth and beyond.

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Hold onto your hats - because the Floral Image train has left the station. Destination? Who knows.

The journey? Well, it began in the deep, dark depths of the Norfolk countryside in 2019, eventually crystallising into the five-piece Psych-Indie-Electronica-Rock band that you see today, located in the third-eye of Norwich, UK. Since that night of genesis, the band has gone on to become known for their astronomically mind-melting live show and their self-released demos which were selected by Huw Stephens, earning ‘Ones to Watch’ status on his Radio 1 BBC Music Introducing Show.

Why I Leave, their latest single and first with Catch 21 Records, is a flower show exhibition of what Floral Image are all about…a creamy mix of bright electronic and organic soundscapes, booty-moving rhythm bops for the summertime ceremonies, topped with often introverted and melancholic lyrics for those long, lonesome nights. Light and dark. Yin and yang. Environmentalism and capitalism? Perhaps.

Combining Motown grooves, 70’s synths which are straight out of some cult sci-fi motion picture and anthemic, singalongable vocal melodies, Why I Leave will have you toe-tapping all the way to the brave new world. Why I Leave is now available on streaming platforms, across Earth and beyond.

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