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The Flowers ‘Summer Saviour’ : A straight forward pop fair of irresistible goodness.

The Flowers

Sydney based Agnes O’Dwyer and Leighton Cauchi make sad-happy songs for the people who enjoy sad-happy things. And we all love listening to such, don’t we? Heck yes.

With Agnes’ lovely pop vocals, drenched in light and airy vibes in stories of emotional guilts and reciprocities, the band’s aims are well calibrated to hit its targets. The lovely shimmer of further angsts, question what could be and of what it should have become.

A straight forward pop fair of irresistible goodness, indeed.

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