El indie rock de Squirrel Flower visitará la península en julio

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Squirrel Flower’s indie rock will visit the peninsula in July

The American Squirrel Flower begins a tour, which will be in band format, to present his third album indie-rock, “Tomorrow’s Fire” (24). He tour includes three dates in Spain at the beginning of next month.

Squirrel Flower is the project of Ella O’Connor Williams, based in Chicago. His last album “Tomorrow’s Fire”is an album that in Glide Magazine have written as “significant and showing unlimited potential, without ignoring the nuances of his art, which make Squirrel Flower be so unique and powerful.” Magazine Pitchfork He described it as “a searing, beautiful record, in which Williams channels apathy and despair into suffocating, explosive rock songs.”

We can see her in concert on Sunday, July 7 in Barcelona (Razzmatazz 3), Monday, July 8 in Madrid (Siroco) and Tuesday, July 9 in Valencia (Loco Club). At the concerts she will feature as a guest Marem Ladson.

“Tomorrow’s Fire” It differs from Ella’s two previous albums, which are much more folk-oriented, “I Was Born Swimming” (20) and ““Planet” (twenty-one). Now, the singer goes to indie-rock, with compositions ready to be listened to at high volume. Therefore, the first song on her new album is “I Do n’t Use A Trash Can”, titled just like the second from her first album, but reinvented now to demonstrate her growth as an artist.

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