Brooklyn psych-surf-garage-rock band Fruit + Flowers’ appeal is centered around the interplay between Caroline Yoder, Ana Becker and Elizabeth Wakefield. Catchy, gritty, and maybe a little unhinged at times, the band has been going hard for the past year, touring and playing so many local shows that it can almost be assumed that if there’s a cool bill at a new or underground Bushwick venue, they’re on it. While they’ve released almost no recorded music yet, we know they’ve got a lot up their collective sleeve, so we had them drop by Serious Business Music in DUMBO to show us just how they do it.
The song “Turquoise” from Fruit + Flowers is available online now.
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