Oscar Lang’s “Flowers” Is For Chilling & Shaking

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Photo: Louise Mason

London artist Oscar Lang give us a sizzling blend of 60s rock and psychedelia in his new single “Flowers,” an infectiously constructed palette of warm strings and breezy riffs that give us a soothing retro familiarity. Whether you’re looking for a track to lie down and liseten to or shake your body, “Flowers” offers that honeyed taste to your ears:

On his single, Oscar shared: “‘Flowers’ is a new change in my sound that I’ve been waiting to make for a while, I finally get to record the songs I’ve been writing since I was 16 but never had the opportunity to go into a studio and do a full band recording of. I wanted to blend a mix of the old Beatles-esque psychedelia and a modern sound, and it was a fun opportunity for me to scream all over a track.”

“Flowers” is the follow up of his critically acclaimed debut EP bops etc., which was released back in June of last year. He’s currently getting ready to go on tour next month, so go say hi:

3 March | Heaven, London (w/ Love Fame Tragedy)

7 March | Omeara, London (w/ Beabadoobee)

2 May | Live At Leeds, Leeds

10 May | King Tuts, Glasgow (The Road To Great Escape)

11 May | Lost Lane, Dublin

14 May | The Great Escape, Brighton