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Survival is an album of dark and meditative heavy rock. Hunter Hunt-Hendrix, Greg Smith, and Jeff Bobula have been playing together for over a decade and recorded this album as Survival with Colin...
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Jan
12
2017
Diet Cig announce album & tour
Excited to announce Diet Cig has signed with Frenchkiss Records and will be releasing their DEBUT album Swear I’m Good At This April 7. Listen to the first single “Tummy Ache” and read more about the album and song on Consequence Of Sound. Album pre-orders and bundles available here.

In addition to Noise Pop and SXSW, Diet Cig will also be touring in support of the record this spring. Full list of tour dates below, on sale now. Daddy Issues and Lisa Prank will be support.

2016 YEAR IN REVIEW
'Tis the season for a look back at the year 2016 in music. With an abundance of artists and albums that made an impact this year, Flowerbooking is thrilled to have some of our hard-working artists recognized for their accomplishments!

Check out just some of the highlights from this year.

Happy Holidays from all of us Flowerbooking!
Islands Announce Return to the Sea 10th Anniversary Reissue
Islands is celebrating the release of their seminal debut album Return to the Sea, released 10 years ago, with an anniversary reissue due on November 11. In support of the reissue, Islands has announced NYC and LA shows where the album will be played in full, featuring a string section and special guests from the album's heyday. Tickets for the NYC and Los Angeles shows are available now. Return to the Sea, available to pre-order now at Bandcamp, has been given a light but firm remaster on all formats; pressed to 2x180 gram vinyl at 45rpm, it has never sounded better.

Also, after releasing not one but two albums, Taste and Should I Remain Here At Sea?, on the same day earlier this year, Islands are hitting the road for their second major tour of 2016. The tour will be supported by Alex Cameron and Steady Holiday and the full routing can be found here.

Stream: "Swans (Life After Death)" remastered on Soundcloud.
The Album Leaf tour in support of new LP Between Waves
The Album Leaf’s sixth full length record Between Waves is out today via Relapse Records! You can order at Relapse now or get it digitally from iTunes or Amazon. NPR recently streamed the record in advance of the release; to learn more about the album and the band’s history, check out that feature.

The Album Leaf is doing a full US tour behind the record this fall, you can find a full list of those dates here.
S U R V I V E debut new single & announce US tour
Austin experimental synth quartet S U R V I V E have announced they are preparing to release their second full-length record, RR7349, this September on Relapse Records. The band had previously shared the record’s lead single “A.H.B.,” listen to it on Pitchfork, and have now debuted another new song from the album called “Wardenclyffe” available on NPR’s Songs We Love. Album pre-orders are available now via Relapse.

S U R V I V E will be hitting the road in support of the album this fall, check out the full list of tour dates here.
New Summer Releases
What a day for music lovers of all varieties! Flower is excited to wish a Happy Release Day to Creative Adult, Field Mouse, Haley Bonar and Jenn Champion. All of these artists are hitting the road this fall, so be sure to check out their tour dates below and buy tickets now!

Creative Adult sophomore full-length Fear of Life, out via Run For Cover Records, finds the band peeling back some of their chaotic, fuzzed out psychdelia in favor of a newfound sense of melody.
Buy the album here, stream it here, and see tour dates here.

Field Mouse’s new album Episodic, out today on Topshelf Records, features guest turns from Sadie Dupuis (Speedy Ortiz), Allison Crutchfield (Swearin'/Waxahatchee) and Joseph D'Agostino (Cymbals Eat Guitars).
Buy the album here, stream it here, and see tour dates here.

Haley Bonar’s latest album, Impossible Dream, was released today on GNDWIRE/Thirty Tigers. As with all of her prior albums, Bonar wrote and arranged all the songs on Impossible Dream. She also co-produced the record with Minneapolis mainstay Jacob Hanson.
Buy the album here, stream it here, and see tour dates here.

Jenn Champion (fka S) digital-only No One EP, out on Hardly Art Records, is the first release under this new moniker, and heralds an exciting new direction for Champion and crew.
Buy the album here, stream it here, and see tour dates here.

You can also stream Hockey Dad’s upcoming debut LP Boronia, out next week on Kanine Records, right now via NPR First Listen.
Pre-order the album here, stream it here, and see tour dates here.

Upcoming Dates
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Tue February 21 2017
The Body
SPACE - Portland, ME
Milemarker
Neurolux - Boise, ID
Palm
Everybody Hits - Philadelphia, PA
Wed February 22 2017
Black Marble
Starline Social Club - Oakland, CA
Diet Cig
Brick & Mortar Music Hall - San Francisco, CA
Milemarker
Urban Lounge - Salt Lake City, UT
Palm
Songbyrd - Washington, DC
Thu February 23 2017
Black Marble
Union - Los Angeles, CA
Milemarker
Marquis Theater - Denver, CO
Palm
Mahall's - Lakewood, OH
Pinback
Belly Up Tavern - Solana Beach, CA
This Will Destroy You
The Independent - San Francisco, CA
sort by: date / band
Black Marble
February 22 2017
Starline Social Club - Oakland, CA
February 23 2017
Union - Los Angeles, CA
February 24 2017
The Hideout - San Diego, CA
The Body
February 21 2017
SPACE - Portland, ME
Ceremony
February 26 2017
The Chapel - San Francisco, CA
Diet Cig
February 22 2017
Brick & Mortar Music Hall - San Francisco, CA
Milemarker
February 21 2017
Neurolux - Boise, ID
February 22 2017
Urban Lounge - Salt Lake City, UT
February 23 2017
Marquis Theater - Denver, CO
Palm
February 21 2017
Everybody Hits - Philadelphia, PA
February 22 2017
Songbyrd - Washington, DC
February 23 2017
Mahall's - Lakewood, OH
Pinback
February 23 2017
Belly Up Tavern - Solana Beach, CA
February 25 2017
Irenic - San Diego, CA
Shiner
February 24 2017
Record Bar - Kansas City, MO
February 25 2017
Thalia Hall - Chicago, IL
This Will Destroy You
February 23 2017
The Independent - San Francisco, CA
February 24 2017
The Independent - San Francisco, CA
February 26 2017
Bunkhouse Saloon - Las Vegas, NV