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MindFlowers / Press

“Musically, they've trimmed away all the novelty aspects one often associates with ’60s-era psychedelic rock. Instead, he’s distilled the music to its bare essences: guitars, bass, drums, and creative and emotional lyrics. While the music exhibits a prominent rock edge, it’s also gentle and sounds very much like a throwback to the lighter-than-air backbeat shuffle and moody tones of easier-to-digest mainstream psychedelic-pop bands such as the Zombies and Pet Sounds-era Beach Boys." "While MindFlowers have retained some of the aesthetics of such late ’60s experimental rock music, lead singer Chris Billington keeps his lyrics very personal and honest, forsaking the typical trip down the drug-induced and over-the-top rabbit hole."”