If you’re looking for a new, real-deal rock and roll band to follow, you need to check out Badflower. Their chunky, gritty, 70’s style riffs are perfectly balanced with Katz’s silky-smooth, soulful, balls-to-the-wall vocals (similar to Getty Lee and Andrew Stockdale).
Badflower got their start in 2013 playing clubs in Los Angeles, including a weekly residency at the Key Club. They caught the attention of indie label Hundred Handed after opening for KONGOS at The Troubador. After inking a deal with the label, the band dedicated their time to recording their first set of songs.