Album artwork for Flicker by Death and Vanilla

Death and Vanilla return with ‘Flicker’, presenting their unique pop music that defies categorisation. Housed in a beautifully austere post-ironic de-constructed sleeve; ‘Flicker’ is a modern reflection on these difficult times. World crises notwithstanding, they return reborn, re-arranged and revitalised after assimilating dub reggae, the motorik spirals of Can, the modal meander of Philip Glass and The Cure’s dreamier pop sounds; plus the twice removed symphonic ambience of Spiritualized and Talking Heads under heavy manners from Brian Eno. By osmosis their period of transition since 2019’s much darker ‘Are You A Dreamer?’ has hatched new eclectic electronica anthems riddled with melody lines, and layered for lush love.

Death and Vanilla

Flicker

Fire Records
Album artwork for Flicker by Death and Vanilla
LP +

$32.99

Indie Exclusive [w/ download card]

Yellow Vinyl

Includes download code
Released 03/17/2023Catalog Number

LP-FIRE-629IE

Album artwork for Flicker by Death and Vanilla
LP

$29.99

[w/ download card]

Black
Includes download code
Released 03/17/2023Catalog Number

LP-FIRE-629

Album artwork for Flicker by Death and Vanilla
CD

$14.99

Released 03/17/2023Catalog Number

CD-FIRE-629

Death and Vanilla

Flicker

Fire Records
Album artwork for Flicker by Death and Vanilla
LP +

$32.99

Indie Exclusive [w/ download card]

Yellow Vinyl

Includes download code
Released 03/17/2023Catalog Number

LP-FIRE-629IE

Album artwork for Flicker by Death and Vanilla
LP

$29.99

[w/ download card]

Black
Includes download code
Released 03/17/2023Catalog Number

LP-FIRE-629

Album artwork for Flicker by Death and Vanilla
CD

$14.99

Released 03/17/2023Catalog Number

CD-FIRE-629

Death and Vanilla return with ‘Flicker’, presenting their unique pop music that defies categorisation. Housed in a beautifully austere post-ironic de-constructed sleeve; ‘Flicker’ is a modern reflection on these difficult times. World crises notwithstanding, they return reborn, re-arranged and revitalised after assimilating dub reggae, the motorik spirals of Can, the modal meander of Philip Glass and The Cure’s dreamier pop sounds; plus the twice removed symphonic ambience of Spiritualized and Talking Heads under heavy manners from Brian Eno. By osmosis their period of transition since 2019’s much darker ‘Are You A Dreamer?’ has hatched new eclectic electronica anthems riddled with melody lines, and layered for lush love.