Comprised of Rocío Del Mar (vocals, guitar, keys) and Justine DeFeo (vocals, guitar) with support coming from Ryan Alfonso (bass) and Josh London (drums), Boston-based group pushflowers bring a blend of 90s fuzz-rock and power-pop. Their latest single, “bed song,” might just be their finest work to date, vibrantly stating their talents in crafting infectious pop-rock tunes.
Del Mar further details “bed song” is about, “being raised in a way that makes you codependent with your parent and then passing that onto your partners and into your art without even realizing it…You like to think you’re independent and making your own choices, but every decision in your life is made from the reaction/feedback/help of someone else. I’m still working on it, and I hope people can relate and take from it what they need.”
Listen to pushflowers’ “bed song” below and look for the close for comfort EP out digitally and on cassette September 13th via Forged Artifacts here.