Flowerss is the new EP from Zac Farro’s solo project HalfNoise. The EP sees the project continue with its dreamy psychedelic style. At 7 tracks long it’s rather long for an EP but overall it is a definite improvement on the previous releases. The seamless production allows you to get lost in the dreamy psychedelia of what is a rather mellow album.
Being a modern psychedelia band there will be obvious comparisons to Tame Impala. On the surface there are similarities. However on Flowerss, HalfNoise add a level of personality that will separate them somewhat from their contemporaries. The college rock undertones throughout add a depth that keeps the EP interesting throughout. The vocals rarely change from the soft dreamy style adopted on this EP. When they do change and become more hook heavy is when the college rock undertones come to the forefront. On songs such as She Said and All That Love Is the more hook heavy vocals are driven by a brilliant rhythm section. Creating two standout tracks on the EP
This is a good EP from HalfNoise. Fans of this style of music will surely enjoy it. The college rock undertones add a level of personality that stops them from being a Tame Impala rip off. In future releases it will be nice for this college rock influence to be bought more to the forefront. Especially when the more college rock songs are the standout songs on this EP