“Give a man a mask, and he will tell you the truth” – Oscar Wilde
Arguably the most sophisticated pop offering by the duo named Bad Flamingo, ‘Ain’t Too Worried Yet’ brings all that is and will be from the tantalizing vibes of the outfit.
We’d called Bad Flamingo prior: “Bad Flamingo is an art piece. A ceramic art vase that was born out of the fires and depths of the burning heart. Your heart. Our hearts burn and singe with the un-attained distinctions in life, relationships, struggles, under appreciative capacities of a human being’s limitations.”
Continuing that journey, we only can watch and listen to the grit in construction, that can only be universal.
From slide, to vocals, taunting, yet all supple, the ladies’ gargantuan attitudes, dowse you with warmth and off-the-beaten-path allure.
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You sure got our thanks @indie_shuffle 🤠🤠 “This one rocketed up to the top of SubmitHub's popular chart, so clearly there's a broader appeal to it that extends beyond just my eardrums. Bad Flamingo's "Butter" reminds me a lot of Angus & Julia Stone's vibe, but is certainly all their own as well. There's very little out there about this duo. All I know is that the one on the left plays "Vocals, Guitar. Bass. Banjo." and the one on the right plays "Vocals. Banjo. Autoharp. Tambourine." Mystery supreme.” – Jason Grishkoff #indierock #indie #folk #americana #vintagewestern #western 35mm