O Tomorrows Tulips
The band was formed in 2010, when Alex bought a piccolo drum in secon-hand, and gave it to his then-girlfriend Christine. Both went on to play without the professionalism or the goal. The duo had stripped and chipped in a few pop songs, often without form and shape. Simply made it, and their enthusiasm came album Enternally Teenage (2011). Absolute fearlessness prevailed in the creation of songs that revolve around the world of flowers, happiness, love, hairstyles, friends and anti-machoismu. After the debut album for the band added Ford Archbold, who began play on bass. The departure of Christine and the band settled in the composition of Alex Knost-guitar, vocals and Ford Archbold-bass. Studio second album recorded TT during the years 2011-2013. Personnel changes in the band, as well as in the life of Alex gave rise to bitter-sweet plate Experimental Jelly (2013). The album was released under the publishing house Burger Records and offers a more diverse sound and form, thanks to a new bass line and vocals. Yet last hurrah this quintessentially Californian band is the album When (2014). Tomorrows Tulips sounds kinda like costumes, The Velvet Underground and Nirvana combined, however, most feel the influence of the beach, the tide and the freedom to carelessness, which suddenly turns to often to a nostalgic emotion.
Necessary to add that Alex Knost Ford Archbold are professional surfers, who your mood, emotions, and values to be transmitted casually on, through the guitar. Thanks to have a decent line of fans among both surfers and artists. Between the friendly of the band include The Growlers, Cosmonauts, The Abigails and more. The band also collaborated with Paz Lenchantin (the Pixies), Christophrem Owen (Girls) or legend Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth.