Constant Image

Flasher - Constant Image
Critic Score
Based on 8 reviews
2018 Ratings: #50 / 614
User Score
Based on 77 ratings
2018 Ratings: #238
June 8, 2018 / Release Date
LP / Format
Domino / Label
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Drowned in Sound
Yes, these songs are tools for uprooting the self from pre-determined concepts – but these are also grooves, hooks, rhythm, infectious cadence.
Northern Transmissions
Their new record brings lush production to raw riffs and a mix of harmonies that will have you entranced. With a mix of styles, sounds and instrumentation across an album that says a lot in its lyrics as well, Flasher have really brought something substantial on this album.
Under The Radar
Washington, DC trio Flasher surge with danceable dialogue on their full-length debut, a lightning-strike leap from the post-punk shadows of their first EP into full-color radio waves.
The band manage to fit the edgy, constituent parts together but in an abstract fashion, like putting together the broken pieces of a vase to form something entirely new.
The band masterfully produce politically charged tracks situated in tales of the everyday struggle of people living in America's political seat.

What’s surprising—and thrilling—about their debut full-length, Constant Image, is that its social commentary would have felt just as timely at any point in the past 30 years.

Flasher appear to have arrived fully formed, with a deeply satisfying debut that's both coherent and imaginative.
No Ripcord
Flasher may have the attitude of their eighties DC counterparts, but they ultimately channel their thinking person's punk aesthetic by attempting to rewrite its traditions altogether.
This one snuck up on me and ended up being one of the more fun albums of the year thus far. The whole vibe is very reminiscent of past post-punk sounds, but still sprinkles in that modern vibe very subtly. It's a good listen for sure.
Getting those 90s summer fun vibes. Categorized as Post-Punk but blends power pop and dream pop as well.
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Track List

  1. Go
  2. Pressure
  3. Sun Come and Golden
  4. Material
  5. Xyz
  6. Who's Got Time?
  7. Skim Milk
  8. Harsh Light
  9. Punching Up
  10. Business Unusual
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Added on: May 14, 2018