Flasher dévoile son nouveau single  “I’m Better” & son clip

Flasher dévoile son nouveau single “I’m Better” & son clip

Flasher, le duo composé du guitariste Taylor Mulitz et de la batteuse Emma Baker, dévoile un nouveau single, “I’m Better,” extrait de Love Is Yours, son nouvel album conduit par un sentiment de liberté à paraître le 17 juin via Domino. Alors que le premier single Sideways évoque la sensation d'immobilité lors d'un trajet longue distance et que Love Is Yours parle des hauts et des bas d'une longue relation, "I'm Better" est plus explicite et plus ludique. Le titre se délecte du trash-talk sans culpabilité, des énergies "bye-bitch !" et du bonheur de sentir une relation toxique s'éloigner dans le rétroviseur. La vidéo est réalisée avec des séquences en Super 8 prises par le groupe. 


Le groupe explique : "'I'm Better' parle de quitter une relation toxique et de trouver la joie, la liberté et l'assurance après coup. Nous avons filmé la vidéo dans le centre de l'Oregon lors d'une brève échappée du confinement durant la pandémie en 2021. Les images capturent le sentiment expansif qui vient avec l'exploration d'un nouveau lieu."

Flasher Love Is Yours

Album | 17th June 2022

The band’s 2018 debut, Constant Image, was a triumph – a set of songs both dizzy and explosive, balancing new-wave lushness and post-punk frenzy. Love is Yours steps up the ambition and reaches for the horizon. The record is ablaze with mood, melody, and carefully threaded hooks, finding the band foregrounding the pop sensibilities that had always been present in their previous releases.  The album was written and recorded amid a moment of flux for the band. Now a duo, guitarist Taylor Mulitz and drummer Emma Baker had to reimagine Flasher’s voice. When it was first completed, Mulitz was shy about sharing the album, worrying that old friends would find the new sounds unrecognizable.  Love is Yours  is unquestionably made up of Flasher’s DNA, but it’s true that something pivotal has shifted. If Constant Image found the band tightening up and transcending its basement-punk roots, Love is Yours marks another, major moment of ascent, this time toward something that’s easy to embrace, but harder to pin down – still thrilling, but newly illuminated and entirely their own.  

Tracklisting

  • 1I Saw You
  • 2Love Is Yours
  • 3Little Things
  • 4Nothing
  • 5Spell It Out
  • 6Still Life
  • 7All Day Long
  • 8I'm Better
  • 9Sideways
  • 10Pink
  • 11Damage
  • 12Dial Up
  • 13Tangerine

Flasher Love Is Yours

Album | 17th June 2022

The band’s 2018 debut, Constant Image, was a triumph – a set of songs both dizzy and explosive, balancing new-wave lushness and post-punk frenzy. Love is Yours steps up the ambition and reaches for the horizon. The record is ablaze with mood, melody, and carefully threaded hooks, finding the band foregrounding the pop sensibilities that had always been present in their previous releases.  The album was written and recorded amid a moment of flux for the band. Now a duo, guitarist Taylor Mulitz and drummer Emma Baker had to reimagine Flasher’s voice. When it was first completed, Mulitz was shy about sharing the album, worrying that old friends would find the new sounds unrecognizable.  Love is Yours  is unquestionably made up of Flasher’s DNA, but it’s true that something pivotal has shifted. If Constant Image found the band tightening up and transcending its basement-punk roots, Love is Yours marks another, major moment of ascent, this time toward something that’s easy to embrace, but harder to pin down – still thrilling, but newly illuminated and entirely their own.  

Tracklisting

  • 1I Saw You
  • 2Love Is Yours
  • 3Little Things
  • 4Nothing
  • 5Spell It Out
  • 6Still Life
  • 7All Day Long
  • 8I'm Better
  • 9Sideways
  • 10Pink
  • 11Damage
  • 12Dial Up
  • 13Tangerine
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Live Dates

Monday 29th August

Flasher
Gasa Gasa, New Orleans, US

Thursday 1st September

Flasher
Hotel Congress, Tucson, US

Friday 2nd September

Flasher
GROUNDWORKS, Tucson, US

Monday 5th September

Flasher
Soda Bar, San Diego, US

Tuesday 6th September

Flasher
The Echo, Los Angeles (LA), US

Saturday 10th September

Flasher
Barboza, Seattle, US

Sunday 11th September

Flasher
Mississippi Studios, Portland, US

Sunday 18th September

Flasher
7th St Entry, Twin Cities, US

Thursday 22nd September

Flasher
The Funhouse at Mr. Small's, Pittsburgh, US