Japan’s most psychedelic rockers SONIC FLOWER (with members of Church Of Misery) unveil a second track taken from their long-awaited sophomore album ‘Rides Again’, due out January 22nd on Heavy Psych Sounds. Hear their electric and boogie-laden cover of Graham Central Station’s “Earthquake” right now!

“This track you are listening to is a cover of the mighty Graham Central Station, led by Larry Graham — a slap bass pioneer, also involved with Miles Davis! We turnt this song into noisy heavy rock. Enjoy!” says the band.

Get your groove on with new single “Earthquake

SONIC FLOWER, the side project of Japan’s legendary psych doom unit Church Of Misery, are all set to release their long-awaited sophomore album in the winter of 2021 — a record that has slept in the vault since the band was put on hiatus fifteen years ago. With Church Of Misery mastermind Tatsu Mikami on bass and former COM Takenori Hoshi on guitar, you can expect a huge slab of groovy boogie-psych sprinkled with Mikami’s deep-toned funk and doom influences. The album also features two high voltage covers: “Earthquake” from Graham Central Station and “Stay Away” from The Meters.The band previously released the single “Super Witch”, which you can hear at this location. Alongside the new album, Heavy Psych Sounds will also reissue SONIC FLOWER‘s self-titled instrumental debut on January 22nd on vinyl, CD and digital formats, available to preorder now.

SONIC FLOWER New album ‘Rides Again’
Out January 29th on Heavy Psych Sounds – PREORDER

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