Over the course of their five LPs and one EP, Dora Flood has produced some of the most notable shoegazing dream pop to come out of the United States. Their brand new effort, We Live Now, is perhaps the acclaimed San Francisco group’s heaviest sounding release to date with nods to late ’60s and early ’70s interstellar boogie rock spliced into the heady mix. With praise coming from discerning music magazines like The Big Takeover, Skyscraper, Losing Today and Ptolemaic Terrascope, it is no wonder that audiences leave Dora Flood’s shows feeling that they witnessed something of a secret, psychedelic phenomenon. These live close encounters, as well as their classic studio work, leave listeners with bold memories of pounding grooves, lush orchestration, and melodies so timeless that they take up residence in the heads of those fortunate enough to cross their path.
In December 2008 Dora Flood wrote a song for a Christmas compilation called ‘An Indiecater Christmas’ which was put out by Indiecater Records
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