2014
Label: Kanine Records - KR121 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Red Marble • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Pop, Indie Rock
Drag Me Down - Flowers (13) - Do What You Want To, Its What You Should Do (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Flowers - Do What You Want To, It's What You Should Do at Discogs. Complete your Flowers collection.4/5(28).

Heavyweight Vinyl LP with free ld all card digipack CD. Produced by Bernard Butler, London trio Flowers' debut album Do What You Want To, It's What You Should Do captures the intensity of being young in fourteen deceptively simple pop songs that take their power from their brevity, elevated by Rachel Kenedy’s extraordinary s are Sam Ayres (Guitar/Synths), Rachel.

With their fourth album, Four, they extended the record to four consecutive number-one albums. Their next album, Made in the A.M., was preceded by its lead single "Drag Me Down". In October , the band announced the second single from the album, "Perfect". As of November , the band has sold more than 85 million records worldwide.

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2 Replies to “Drag Me Down - Flowers (13) - Do What You Want To, Its What You Should Do (Vinyl, LP, Album)”

  1.  · Do What You Want To, It's What You Should Do by Flowers, released 01 January 1. Young 2. Forget The Fall 3. Drag Me Down 4. Worn Out Shoes 5. Lonely 6. Joanna 7. If I Tell You 8. Comfort 9. I Love You All Over Again Anna Be With You Plastic Jane Stuck.

  2. The strummy C86 isms continue on ‘Drag Me Down’ with some clipped Orange Juice type strumming and buzzing synths but by ‘Worn Out Shoes’ the vocals have returned to their higher register, the frequency clashing with something in my ear, a shame really as .

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