Flash Delirium At The Milk Factory W/ Port Royal & Sentiments

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The Milk Factory says
Flash Delirium just wants to rock the party. Their brand of Heavy psychedelia is dance inducing and dynamically satisfying. With influences ranging from Violent Soho to Metronomy we like to think we sound a little unique, but not too unique. The conglomeration of the band dates back as early as February, 2012. I (Ryan) was on a run about 3 kilometres from my house, in The Gap when I heard shouting. I ran towards the sound to see a guy wearing a bandana around his face, backed up against the bus stop foaming at the mouth. He was fending off two grown men with broken wine bottles. I stopped dead in my tracks and watched as he semi-defeated them, ducking blows parrying and finally winding one of them with a crane kick which scared them off. He chucked the bottles and then slowly started to walk towards me as he pulled down his bandana. I almost shat myself. Frozen to the concrete, I couldn’t move.

“Do you have a cigarette?”
“Nope, sorry man. Don’t smoke”

Two weeks later there was a new kid at school. That bandana wearing thug was Bailey Lennon. I needed protection. He needed shelter. Three years later we found Mark, and made him an offer he couldn’t refuse. And like that 'Flash Delirium’ got born.
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By: The Milk Factory

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