The first taste of Strange Flowers came in the form of Slume, a Boris-esque slow burner of murky-pop. It grabbed me immediately, and made me rather excited for the album. What came was Strange Flowers, an exploration of prog-rock. These guys have clearly built an extensive bank of influences, with hints of Sabbath to King Crimson, and everything in between. Strange Flowers is an expansive listen, but the band have made sure that the songs can also stand alone. Well worth a listen.
#8. Strange Flowers — Regular John