Tongue twisting, teeth shattering, seizure inducing psych punk, noise pop stabs all the way from Europe’s California – Portugal. Since 2014, Sunflowers have been a heat wave in the cold, static times we live in. With the perfect amounts of confused riffs, slurred lines and feedback insanity, the Portuguese
In 2017, they began their international career. They played in the Inner City Psych Fest in South Africa in April and in May they had their first taste of touring Europe, with 15 concerts over 3 weeks in Spain and France to promote their debut album The Intergalactic Guide To Find The Red Cowboy.
In 2018, the band returns with CASTLE SPELL, their sophomore LP baring their characteristic meltdown of Larsen-effect-drenched riffs and acid bleached vocals into your stereo.
One can say the band is young and restless, but they bring a well thought mutated slab of paranoia filled heavy shredders, while the hazed sunset fades away in the rearview mirror, darkening the desert and filling the air with some energized psych punk auras.
“CASTLE SPELL” is a 10-story palace, each of them with its own atmosphere, its gloomy and murderous tenants, all narrated by Carol’s docile voice and Carlos’s intrusive howls.
There’s more control and there’s more chaos, more insanity and mind-wandering trips, there’s more depth in its composition.