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BADFLOWER – Coming to Houston – House of Blues, March 20th

Nominated for iHeart’s Best New Rock band

Badflower is supporting Nothing More on The Truth tour and will be coming to Houston on Wednesday, March 20th, at the House of Blues

Badflower is releasing their debut album OK, I’m Sick via Big Machine / John Varvatos on Feb 22. They are also nominated for an iHeart Radio Award for Best New Rock / Alternative Artist, scored a #1 with their song “Ghost” at Active Rock, racked up over 8 million views on the music video for “Ghost,” and recently performed on James Corden

PRAISE FOR BADFLOWER

“Unsentimental, chilling, evocative, and real…” – iHeart Radio News

Badflower could be one of rock’s next biggest band” – Loudwire 

“’Ghost’ has connected at the absolute core of where music hits fans.” – Forbes

“Good, old-fashioned rock n’ roll may have just made a modern comeback.” – NYLON

“Badflower Blasts Onto the Rock Scene” – WWD

“The band has already topped the active rock radio chart with the album’s first single, ‘Ghost,’ and they are sure to have another hit on their hands with ‘Heroin,’ a slow-builder with a dynamic chorus.” –Consequence of Sound

“Badflower is one of those bands you listen to and immediately know they should be huge with their pure-rock sound and riff-driven tracks.” – Radio.com

“In launching Big Machine/John Varvatos Records last year, Scott Borchetta and John Varvatos had a goal of ‘finding and enabling the next great rock artists.’ Their first find? Badflower, a Los Angeles-based rock band that won over critics with its 2016 EP, Temper. It looks like their bet on Badflower was a good one.”– Billboard

“Badflower write guitar hooks and succulent melodies with the strength of a band 10 times its age.”
– Music Connection

“This is everything you’d really hope modern rock to be. They could be the band we’ve all been looking for.”
– Artist Direct