‘Plastic Flowers’ — Pentire — Single review 

Joining the mega-forces of pop, rock and indie, the Herefordshire four-piece, Pentire, return with ‘Plastic Flowers’. Gone are the days of them making ground-shaking tunes from the humble digs of their garden shed, as they’re set to follow up the single’s release with a handful of shows in the south-west of England. 

They come armed with glowing feedback from radio DJs Steve Lamacq and John Kennedy, so you can bank on the indie outfit being on course for some great things, too.

What you get here on ‘Plastic Flowers’ is a lyrical exploration into perceiving someone entirely through rose-tinted specs at first, then, as the veneer fades, they present themselves in a less favourable light. Steady drums, gentle guitar strums and southern-twang vocals build, layer upon layer, up to a feistier, bombastic chorus that fans of The Kooks, Inhaler and Foals will easily go for. 

When you’re ready to give it a spin for yourself, head over to Spotify, then drop Pentire a follow on their Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts. 

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Image via Pentire

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