The London quintet Night Flowers plays glimmering guitar music that manages to be bright and poppy without giving up its melancholic mood. They’re releasing a self-titled EP next month on Dirty Bingo Records, the label that helped launch Woman’s Hour and Paradise, and today we’ve got the first video. “Neverlands” strikes a balance somewhere between English pop balladeers the Clientele and the sparkling sounds of Pains Of Being Pure At Heart. It’s matched with bizarre yet evocative imagery by director Iain Marcks. Watch below.
Night Flowers is out 4/7 via Dirty Bingo Records.