The Flowers Of Hell: The Joy Of Sleeping

While building a considerable body of work since the early 2000s, experimental orchestra, The Flowers of Hell, have earned the stamp of approval by such greats as Lou Reed, Kevin Shields and Pete Kember (Sonic Boom, Spacemen 3). Led by composer, Greg Jarvis, the band's exploratory sound draws from neo-classical, post rock, space rock and drone elements to come out as something very intimate and familiar, yet, tough to define in plain terms. 

The engaging instrumental, The Joy Of Sleeping, is the opening track to the freshly released oddities compilation, Outlanders which features various guests from Spacemen 3. The track is an overall cordial ode to sleeping, and an interesting case of the band's unconventional approach to their instrumentation, as it finds them adding strings, horns and guitars over programmed beats.


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