Flamingods have dropped one of their favourite tracks from their new album – check out ‘Tall Glass’

The record's coming in October.
Photo Credit: Tanmay Chowhary & Genevieve Reyes

Flamingods have released a new single.

‘Tall Glass’ is the latest cut from their just-announced new album, ‘Head of Pomegranate’. The full-length will arrive on 13th October, and has already been preceded by recent singles ‘Dreams (On The Strip)’ and ‘Gutterball’.

Charles Prest says of the track: “Musically we were inspired by my Afro roots here, musicians from the 70s and 80s like William Onyeabor, Steve Monite and Letta Mbulu – who were putting out Afro-synth bangers and fusing electronica with funk, disco and pop. We’re quite lucky as a band as we have a whole melting pot of cultural inspirations to pull from. As well as our collective eight nationalities we’ve also lived in London for the whole existence of the band which in itself is a culturally diverse and inspiring city. I think this comes through on ‘Tall Glass’, it’s one of our favourite tunes from the record.” 

Check it out below, and catch the band live at the following:

02 Manchester | Manchester Psych Festival
03 Deal, Kent | Smugglers Festival

06 Guernsey | St James

04 Margate | Where Else?
08 Cambridge | The Portland Arms
09 London | Scala
16 Birmingham | The Hare & Hounds
17 Sheffield | Yellow Arch Studio
18 Stroud | Brunel Goods Shed

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