From the website:
"Wildflowers Wither takes the loose analogue blues of the late 60's and melds it with a roaming groove and haunting vocal harmonies."
It's hard to find anything critical in what Wildflowers Wither is doing. The occasional organ distracted me from the captivating guitar tones but that's hardly even worth a comment. It speaks more to my own preference for guitars over keys.
Wildflowers Wither hails from Sydney, Australia and is the first solo outing by Kegan DeBoheme (The Gypsy Bangles). DeBoheme's vocal tone is sultry and in perfect alignment with his powerful songwriting. The delivery is heartfelt and honest, as though he was performing live in front of me. Even the visual aesthetic of Wildflowers Wither is poignant, eschewing the usual black and dark for an earthy, organic vibe.