Epic Reflexes - Ring of Flowers - Ltd. Edition Vinyl SDR037


• 180 Gram Vinyl Pressed @ NOrP
• Heavy Duty Jacket w/ Matte UV Finish
• 11x11 Insert w/ Lyrics
• Ships w/ Stickers & Other Goodies
• Digital Download Included
• Ltd. Edition Color Variants Available


• EPIC SMOKE (Strange Daisy Exclusive)
A Mix of Blue + Purple Swirls
Each LP is housed in a clear inner sleeve
Available here and at strangedaisy.com
Qty | 50

• EPIC WHITE (Band Exclusive Color)
Each LP is housed in a clear inner sleeve
available from the band and at shows
Qty | 100

Classic Black Wax
Each LP is housed in an anti-static inner sleeve
Also available in stores, from the band and @ strangedaisy.com
Qty | 75

*** Pictures shown are mock ups. Exact colors may differ. ***


In a vacant house in Mccomb, Mississippi, members of Epic Reflexes escape the noise of an unyielding pandemic that is threatening the nature of live music. Sitting among the pool table, now the control room of their second album, the apathetic yet hopeful group reimagine the context of the current culture through thumping drums and droning guitars reverberating the walls of the old house. Ring of Flowers strikes a similar chord to their debut, but with distinguished nuance. A rooted and well-rehearsed line-up has allowed the band to drift away from a single-songwriter method to focus on writing as a group. They have flexed their intuitive muscles and explored sonic textures to flesh out new material during live shows to see what works and what doesn’t. They have a knack for feeling their material without aimlessly drifting into “jam-band” territory, evident on “Living in The Midnight Hour” and “Medicine”. Instead of working with what they have, they made the album how they wanted, moving from tracking in MS, to Morgan City and Metairie, Louisiana adding synths and other additional musicians. The album shows the band’s ability to hold the listener close with anthemic hooks while releasing them into intrinsic melodic waves.

  • Tracks
  • Pressing Information
  • Audio
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    1. Anti-Cop Beat
    2. Living in the Midnight Hour
    3. Kim Gordon
    4. Convenience (or however you spell it)
    5. Brit Pop
    6. Modern Buildings
    7. Let's Space
    8. Medicine
    9. The Nectar
    10. No Television
    11. The Crux
  • SMOKE / 50
    WHITE / 100
    BLACK / 75