September 22, 2013 by Dan Swinhoe
Following on from their debut record, Six, Connecticut-based fourpiece Empty Flowers have unleashed their sophomore effort, Five, unto the world. Mixing emotive post rock with a punk attitude it’s part Fugazi, part Iggy & The Stooges.
At only 20 minutes long, Five is definitely a case of blink and you’ll miss it. Despite this, it’s is a very enjoyable album; raw and ragged, erratic yet accessible and packed to the brim with ideas.
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