San Antonio’s We Leave At Midnight are sharing their new album The Holy Rolling Flower Band ahead of the record’s December 9th release via Texas Is Funny Records. Mixing together swirls of vivid psych, shimmering pop, indie rock, folk, upbeat power-pop, garage rock and alt-country, the band have created a sound that resides somewhere sonically between The Zombies and Of Montreal.
The record’s production swirls between a slick sheen and dusty lo-fi as the album unfolds, creating a unique and cohesive sound that warps through decades of time. The album develops moods and vibes that traverse from the airiness of country twang to the warped perceptions of psychedelic fuzz pop. With segues and interludes, the record is built into a sweeping odyssey that revolves around the songs as separate ideas while painting the album together with a tight conceptual sound. The Holy Rolling Flower Band is built around the theme of a psychedelic traveling circus, due in part to the fact the band recoded the album with a variety of players on it and the transitory nature of the collective’s sound. John Dailey set out “to make a maniacal tour de force that would take you for a dynamic ride that show you how the highs are high and the lows are low.”
We Leave At Midnight Upcoming Shows:
12/09 – San Antonio, TX @ Limelight w/ Demitasse & Slomo Drags (Album Release Show)