Rolling Stone released their list of the ’45 Most Anticipated Albums of 2016′ and Sunflower Bean’s Human Ceremony was included alongside a ridiculous lineup.
“This Brooklyn trio has garnered plenty of buzz since their heavier-than-heavy 2015 EP, Show Me Your Seven Secrets, and are getting ready to release their official debut. Judging by the leadoff single “Wall Watcher” – about “existing in a lonely world,” bassist Julia Cumming told The Fader – the band has dialed down the fuzzy psychedelia and dialed up the tempos. Human Ceremony, recorded in just seven days, is propelled by Cumming’s ethereal voice and a rhythm section that has only gotten tighter and faster after dozens of live shows last year, opening for the likes of Wolf Alice and Best Coast. When Sunflower Bean formed in 2013 they were teenagers who celebrated their EP release in a family-friendly fashion: “We put streamers everywhere and served baked goods,” Cumming told Rolling Stone.”
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