FLOWER immediately visually creates a mood and flow of a perfect soundtrack for the: Isn’t Life Amazing video... Clean, slick and played masterfully. Each member shines as they pull back the layers of the song (like a ‘Flower’) rhythmically meeting to present a: wind in your hair, Easy Rider, melody that is full throttle vocally delivered... I checked out the video of them on their Facebook and they seem like totally normal (happy) musicians, doing what they love... Excellent song. I hope all who read this give it a listen.”

— The Music Producer

Hailing from the SE Suburbs of Melbourne, the 4 piece classic rock juggernaut is set for a worldwide takeover. Consisting of two twin brothers, and two of their mates, the musical chemistry and electric stage show is bound to electrify.  With a likeness to Michael Hutchence and Mick Jagger, comes the young and brash Frontman Charlie Lane. Highly energetic, charismatic and a pouty vocal that gives the band a razor sharp edge. The haunting tone billowing from the Marshall stack belongs to none other than Michael Uberti. A one man overdrive army. At 17, Uberti is eerily reminiscent of the likes of Slash, Jimmy Page, and Jimi Hendrix. Twin brother to Michael, comes the tall, dark haired, thunderous bellow in the form of Bass Player Shilo Uberti. Quietly spoken, but need not say a word on stage, his showmanship and floor breaking vibrations do all the talking necessary to back up the solid reputation. And finally, the lightest, yet heaviest touch that has ever graced the skins of a drum kit. Mac Nicholson. Holding the rhythm section closed tight together, Nicholson takes influences from the likes of eccentricity style drumming such as Tommy Lee, but can also hold a “4 to the floor” back beat as solid as Phil Rudd. A true giant upcoming the skin hitting community.