Flasher release surreal video for ‘Material’ single from first album


Flasher share their new video for the standout single ‘Material’ from their debut album ‘Constant Image’, which dropped in June on Domino.

This strange and hilarious video, directed by Nick Roney, breaks the fourth wall in an utterly unique and post-modern way. It can confidently be said that a video similar to this does not exist.

The band begun their first ever European and UK tour last week, including a support show with Parquet Courts in London.

Listen to ‘Material’ by Flasher on the Official Fantasy Premier League Music Playlist on Spotify.

Since they appeared with their self-titled, self-released EP back in 2016, Flasher has exuded both a clarity of intent and a radiant self-confidence.

After the release of one more 7”, ‘Winnie’, they quickly found themselves signed to Domino and went about quietly working on their full-length debut ‘Constant Image’.

Recorded in 2017 across a few sleep-deprived weeks at Rare Book Room in Brooklyn, NY, it was produced by Nicolas Vernhes (Animal Collective, Deerhunter, War On Drugs) and crackles with invention.

This isn’t the sound of a band finding their feet, it’s the rare sound of three people who know exactly what they want to achieve from the start.

From their hometown of Washington, DC, with its rich history of idiosyncratic underground music, Flasher – Taylor Mulitz on guitar, bassist Daniel Saperstein and drummer Emma Baker – have emerged at the forefront of a vibrant musical present.

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