Princess Flash Foreign Diplomats
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Info for Princess Flash
A self-titled 2013 EP signalled the arrival of indie-rock quintet Foreign Diplomats as a promising new act, and they now take giant strides with first full-length Princess Flash. Helmed by ace American producer, Brian Deck (Modest Mouse, the Shins), the album showcases their impressive dynamic range and instrumental ability. Focus track "Beni Oui Oui" is a good place to start. We're betting there'll be no diplomatic immunity to their multi-faceted musical charms.
“We make music, we want to dance, we want you to join the party, crack, boom, pow!”
Elie Raymond, vocals, guitar, synthesizer
Tom F Bruneau, trombone, synthesizer, vocals
Tony L Roy, bass, synthesizer, vocals
Lazer Vallieres, drums, percussion, vocals
Brian Deck, percussion, synthesizer
Produced by Brian Deck
Hailing from the Laurentians in Quebec (CA), Foreign Diplomats’ band members get acquainted during their teenage years. Founded in 2010, it is upon the sight of an airport sign that the band finds its name. Based in Montreal, their indie/pop groove quickly catches independent record label Indica Records’ attention (Misteur Valaire, Half Moon Run, Phantogram, The Franklin Electric).
The promise shown by the band convinces the label to seal its relationship with Foreign Diplomats in 2013 and release their self-titled EP in june of the same year. This recording leads the band to perform at famed Montreal’s International Jazz Festival and Expo Québec, showcase at industry darling M for Montreal as well as open for enviable acts including Phantogram, Half Moon Run, Violent Femmes and Alex Nevsky.
The fall of 2014 sees Foreign Diplomats make their way to Bathouse Recording Studio, enlisting Brian Deck (Modest Mouse, The Shins, Counting Crows...) to produce their debut album Princess Flash, released on October 9, 2015.
This album contains no booklet.