Brighton’s Flip Top Head share new single ‘Alfred Street’
Brighton’s Flip Top Head share a gritty tale of creativity and catharsis on their sophomore single ‘Alfred Street.’
Rising seven-piece Flip Top Head share their high-energy sophomore single, ‘Alfred Street.’ Released via cult indie label Blitzcat Records (Kyoto Kyoto, Headboy, Gag Salon), the climatic closer to their live shows fully encapsulates the band’s self-styled brand of ‘Orchestral Cult Rock.’
“The name “Alfred Street” bears reference to a street in Brighton (which Bowie eventually realised- months after writing the lyrics- is in fact called Alfred Road!). The song came about after we had a shit practice on a Monday evening where Alfie was acting rather cantankerous and it ended in not a great way. That Friday we had another practice and with the help of a few beers and Harry only having 40 minutes before he had to get his train, we decided to just start playing and see what happened. Then Bertie started playing the opening chords of what became Alfred Street. By the end of the 40 minutes we had the track near enough finished.”
‘Alfred Street’ is out now.
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