Pacific Avenue are ecstatic to finally announce that their debut album ‘Flowers’ will be released to the world on Friday, May 5 via BMG; a milestone achievement for a group of musicians who have remarkably seen win after win in their rapidly spectacular lifespan.
During the early stages of production, the band didn’t necessarily have a set theme or direction in mind for the body of work they would create. If anything, the content came from embracing the sound they’d crafted over the last half-decade, instinctive classic rock that decorates a timespan of stories and collective experiences, all while accentuating the band’s opulent style.
It’s no secret that Pacific Avenue’s influences are rooted in eras long gone on the calendar, but artistically ever-present throughout the modern age, finding ways to stay alive and thrive with new youthful generations. ‘Flowers’ flaunts its mystical prowess throughout its twelve-track length, riddled with familiar melodies and passages that pay homage to an array of inspirations, decorated with signature intricacies that uphold the record’s significance.
‘Flowers’ is not only an affectionate billet-doux to the classic rock blueprint that Pacific Avenue built on throughout their unwavering career; it’s a celebration of pridefulness and self-esteem, an emblematic depiction of unity and a reminder of deep interconnections. “To me this album has defined our sound and encapsulated everything that we have been through from the beginning,” comments Dom. “Each song has a permanent marker in my memory as it takes me back to a time and place, and I hope that the listener can share this feeling.”