Hot Flash Heat Wave is here to take you away-to put your head in the clouds for a few minutes, if only to enjoy the view. The San Francisco trio of Adam Abildgaard, Nick Duffy, and Ted Davis have built a loyal following and constant buzz over the last several years, with the 2019 EP Mood Ring standing as their most kaleidoscopic work to date. Merging the quintessential melodies of pop's past with contemporary touches to forge something truly unique, Hot Flash Heat Wave is just starting to create their own sonic world. All three members of Hot Flash Heat Wave have known each other since high school, playing together in various incarnations even while temporarily spreading themselves out across the California landscape after graduating. After a few years in the scene, Abildgaard and Duffy eventually formed the band in 2010: "It was really just for fun," Abildgaard explains. "We were doing it because it felt good." Davis joined the duo shortly thereafter. The band's 2015 debut Neapolitan was crafted in the SF house they lived in together, with heavy influences from the Bay Area's burgeoning garage rock scene. "We'd get together in the living room, talk about the songs, break into groups and work on the tracks," Abildgaard says. "We were figuring out how to write together and discovering what works best with that process."
Hot Flash Heat Wave is here to take you away-to put your head in the clouds for a few minutes, if only to enjoy the view. The San Francisco trio of Adam Abildgaard, Nick Duffy, and Ted Davis have built a loyal following and constant buzz over the last several years, with the 2019 EP Mood Ring standing as their most kaleidoscopic work to date. Merging the quintessential melodies of pop's past with contemporary touches to forge something truly unique, Hot Flash Heat Wave is just starting to create their own sonic world. All three members of Hot Flash Heat Wave have known each other since high school, playing together in various incarnations even while temporarily spreading themselves out across the California landscape after graduating. After a few years in the scene, Abildgaard and Duffy eventually formed the band in 2010: "It was really just for fun," Abildgaard explains. "We were doing it because it felt good." Davis joined the duo shortly thereafter. The band's 2015 debut Neapolitan was crafted in the SF house they lived in together, with heavy influences from the Bay Area's burgeoning garage rock scene. "We'd get together in the living room, talk about the songs, break into groups and work on the tracks," Abildgaard says. "We were figuring out how to write together and discovering what works best with that process."
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Format: Vinyl
Label: MVD Audio
Rel. Date: 09/03/2021
UPC: 760137671114

Neapolitan
Artist: Hot Flash Heat Wave
Format: Vinyl
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Hot Flash Heat Wave is here to take you away-to put your head in the clouds for a few minutes, if only to enjoy the view. The San Francisco trio of Adam Abildgaard, Nick Duffy, and Ted Davis have built a loyal following and constant buzz over the last several years, with the 2019 EP Mood Ring standing as their most kaleidoscopic work to date. Merging the quintessential melodies of pop's past with contemporary touches to forge something truly unique, Hot Flash Heat Wave is just starting to create their own sonic world. All three members of Hot Flash Heat Wave have known each other since high school, playing together in various incarnations even while temporarily spreading themselves out across the California landscape after graduating. After a few years in the scene, Abildgaard and Duffy eventually formed the band in 2010: "It was really just for fun," Abildgaard explains. "We were doing it because it felt good." Davis joined the duo shortly thereafter. The band's 2015 debut Neapolitan was crafted in the SF house they lived in together, with heavy influences from the Bay Area's burgeoning garage rock scene. "We'd get together in the living room, talk about the songs, break into groups and work on the tracks," Abildgaard says. "We were figuring out how to write together and discovering what works best with that process."