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Fruit & Flowers was born in a Bushwick loft with no air conditioning. The band wrote its debut in a furious fit of hot nights and inspired mornings, layering lush and distinctive three-part harmonies over gritty, expressive guitars and a driving rhythmic backbone. They played their first show at Brooklyn’s Northside Fest just weeks after formation. The following year, Fruit & Flowers released their debut EP, “Drug Tax,” via Little Dickman Records. Lead single “Out Of Touch” boasts soaring, sultry vocals, beachy surf rock riffs and fuzzy bass. Album tracks range from the melodic, moody and beautiful “Dark Surf” to the post-gothic title track “Drug Tax.”

Known for their powerful live shows, Fruit & Flowers were named one of NYC’s Hardest Working Bands by Oh My Rockness and have continued steady touring throughout the United States, performing at festivals like SXSW, Treefort Music Fest, Brite Winter Fest, Freakout Fest, and more. In Summer 2018, they embarked on their first tour of the United Kingdom. Fruit & Flowers is currently in pre-production on their follow-up to Drug Tax.





"Surf rock with a side of gloom, Drug Tax is the perfect record for warring with sticky subway seats (“Subway Surfer”) hanging at the beach under a black umbrella (“Dark Surf”) and just generally sweating out the summer sans AC (“Pick Fairy”)." - TIDAL

“Subway Surfer” is a straight up punk stomper." - She Shreds

"If you go to a lot of DIY-ish shows in NYC chances are you’ve seen Fruit & Flowers, one of the hardest working new bands of the moment, making super-catchy indie rock." - Brooklyn Vegan

"...the perfect soundtrack for slowly slinking through NYC's July haze, while possibly spotting a UFO over the Manhattan skyline." - Bandsintown

“Think swirls meets riffs meets all the feels” - OhMyRockness

“Fruit & Flowers are the kind of band, that back in the day, I would have stayed up all night to catch them on MTV’s 120 Minutes or I would have called in to request them on the Video Jukebox Channel” - CoolDad Music

“Their performance highlighted angelic harmonies punctuated by rock heavy guitar licks and nimble progressions.” - PhillyVoice

“They harmonize perfectly and felt reminiscent of 80’s heroes The Bangles while also occasionally throwing in a post-punk-ish quasi-Riot Girl vibe” - RiotNerd