We recently came across the debut song from Toronto garage-pop outfit Sunny Dee & The Flower Pedals, and we’re certainly glad we did. Horror Scope has been on heavy rotation here at The iM and shows no signs of slowing down.
The band was originally formed with singer-songwriter Diana Lyn Ruffolo and drummer Aaron Keogh in 2019. Then the pandemic came along, and in spite of all the obstacles, they regrouped and moved in together, along with new bassist Dani Zimmer.
The new single “Horror Scope” is an angsty POV tackling themes of isolation and depression caused by today’s relatable eco-anxiety nightmare, under the guise of a nonchalant and upbeat facade. The music starts in a beachy dream that eventually descends into an emotional outcry, personifying the need to keep our mental illnesses hidden until it is often too late to pull ourselves out of our own downward spirals.”
Listen to Horror Scope in the embed below, and make sure you hit up their socials to show some love. The 3-piece is currently in the process of releasing their debut EP Flirts With Disaster; as soon as we know more, you’ll be the first to know.
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