Homeless

by Final Flash

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Weeble Wobble
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Weeble Wobble very catchy tunes.
invisiblebastard
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invisiblebastard I cannot properly explain why I enjoy this album so much. It is timeless, flawless, and masterful in execution. These guys set a really, really high bar for their next album. I have no doubts they will surpass it. Favorite track: Welcome to the House on Fire.
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Bucky I bought the digital last year. And it is so good, I came back and noticed they have the vinyl, which I bought it again. Seems to be a pattern lately. Buy albums multiple times. But only when they are deserving, which Final Flash will go down as a classic! Favorite track: When The Day Turns Black.
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Undergroundhero Final Flash are an indie rock group with some folk & psych influences, hailing from Montreal, Quebec in Canada.

It took me two listens for "Homeless", this fine debut vinyl album from Final Flash, to sink into my brain. With that said, once you hear this album, and you are a sucker for memorable melodies, you will be hooked for good!

"Homeless", is recommended to those of you who like their indie rock melodic, but with a down tempo groove. A high quality must own record!

-Undergroundhero
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about

“They add a fine mist of melancholy melodies atop the hypnotic guitars, aren’t afraid to throw in sitar or take things folkier, and go for ’verbed-out production that’s equally commercial radio, psych rock and shoegaze. Spin the album once and by the second go around you’ll catch yourself thinking you’re listening to a classic.”
Now Magazine


“I couldn't figure out why my thoughts were suddenly clouded by giant flying pigs. a murky, semi-stoned dream from a past life - peopled with a strange race of bell-bottomed beings with centre-parted hair - trying to fight its way into the future. And then (…) Montreal's Final Flash are a bit of a time machine, bringing the best bits of bands like The Byrds, Pink Floyd and Supertramp forward to form a wholly engrossing future psyche-rock. Homeless is the band's shockingly accomplished debut, characterized by an uncommon sagacity and maturity. More pigs please.”
Jamie O'Meara, Ottawa Xpress


“Much better were Montreal’s Final Flash, a sixties psychedelia obsessed five piece who bash out folky rock n roll on a stage made out to look like Mr Tumnus’ LCD trip. It’s the best use a cherry red double-neck Gibson since Jimmy Page defined a generation with his.”
Dai’s Great Escape Overview | The Dirty South

credits

released May 4, 2010

All lyrics by Joey Chaperon Cyr.
All songs written by Joey Chaperon Cyr except "Welcome to the House on Fire" written by Joey Chaperon Cyr, Alexandre Girard, Mathieu Bourret with Final Flash and "The Awakening" written by Joey Chaperon Cyr, Alexandre Girard with Final Flash

Produced, recorded and mixed by Jace Lasek.
Recorded at Breakglass Studio.
Engineered by Max Henri
MAstered by Ryan Morey
Artwork by Ken Taylor

Joey Chaperon Cyr: Vocals, Harmonica
Alexandre Girard: Guitar
Mathieu Bourret: Keys
Andre Bendahan: Bass
Maxime Hébert: Drums

Guest Musicians:
Sophie Trudeau - Violins
Jace Lasek - Twelve strings guitar and backing vocals
Olga Goreas - Backing vocals
Rishi Dhir - Sitar

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