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Inflorescence, The – Remember What I Look Like [LIMITED Green + White Splatter Vinyl] – New LP
Inflorescence, The – Remember What I Look Like [LIMITED Green + White Splatter Vinyl] – New LP
Inflorescence, The – Remember What I Look Like [LIMITED Green + White Splatter Vinyl] – New LP
Kill Rock Stars Records

Inflorescence, The – Remember What I Look Like [LIMITED Green + White Splatter Vinyl] – New LP

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 San Diego 2022. "In 2019, a group of wise-beyond-their-years SD teens, singer/guitarist Tuesday Denekas, drummer Milla Merlini and bassist Sasha A'Hearn, rose like punk-pop phoenix's from the ashes of their previous band to coral guitarist/singer Charlee Berlin (who owned but didn't know how to play her instrument at first) to resurrect Denekas' songs of heartbreak and determination, starting out as the Fluorescents with 2020's noteworthy 'self-titled' EP. Proudly christening themselves The Inflorescence, the band found the right home with Kill Rock Stars to unleash their debut LP Remember What I Look Like.

The group faces challenges like juggling high school and college classes, finding all-age venues in town and rejecting gender labels as they explain: 'in a largely male-dominated industry, we see how undermined we are for being a no-man band, and we see how being on stage empowers alternative girls and nonbinary people.' The stunning debut LP Remember What I Look Like was conceived during quarantine and draws on the band's inspirations, including indie, punk, emo, grunge and alternative. Tuesday Denekas's songs of shattered, disappointed romance sound triumphant in these infectious songs that are propelled by Milla Merlini's thunderous drums, Sasha A'Hearn's steady, anchoring bass and Charlee Berlin's stinging guitar leads. The confident nine-song album has zero dull spots or wasted songs. Starting with the sinuous, fast-paced “Phantom Feelings” and the resilient, stomping “So Much of Nothing” to the start/stop drama of “Are You Sorry” and the deceptively sweet, bouncy “Last Week” and the hair-pin turns and resilient defiance of “The Truth” to the brief respite from the title track which launches into the epic, gripping “Tomorrow Night” and the desperate grunge power of “The Button,” finishing off with the roaring climax of “Board Game,” it’s a rollercoaster ride of thrills and anguish to strap in for."

released June 10, 2022


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