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Icky Blossoms

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"Icky Blossoms – “Perfect Vision” Video (Stereogum Premiere)"

"We've got the passionate,destructive visual treatment for slow-burning album standout 'Perfect Vision.'” - Stereogum

"Hear Icky Blossoms' Dramatic Dave Sitek-Produced Debut"

“On their darkly stylish self-titled debut, Omaha trio Icky Blossoms, aided by producer Dave Sitek of TV on the Radio, have created an album of sharp mechanical grooves and romantic attitude” - SPIN

"Exclusive Download: Icky Blossoms' Dance Anthem 'Babes'"

“Earlier this year, the Omaha, Nebraska-based three-piece Icky Blossoms signed to Saddle Creek Records, and they are recording their debut album with TV on the Radio's Dave Sitek, to be released later this year. The album's first single is the girl-power dance anthem ‘Babes.’” - Rolling Stone

"Discovery: Icky Blossoms"

"The trio worked with TV On The Radio's Dave Sitek to conjure up their first musical offering, a clever mix of electronically influenced genres that's as current as it is addictive." - Interview Magazine

"Icky Blossoms "Perfect Vision""

“Fans of [Tilly and the Wall] will be pleased to learn that guitarist/vocalist Derek Pressnal has since formed a new band, Icky Blossoms, focused on more nuanced and electronics-oriented dance pop.” - Pitchfork


Still working on that hot first release.



Hailing from America’s center, Omaha-based Icky Blossoms formed in the blizzard of 2011 through friendship, trials and a mutual desire to make art and new music. Guitarist and vocalist Derek Pressnall (Tilly and the Wall) met Icky Blossoms vocalist Sarah Bohling and lead guitarist Nik Fackler in the vibrant Omaha art scene and invited them to play in his band Flowers Forever. Enchanted by endless nights in clubs and inspired by a desire to program dance music with instantaneous grooves and depth, they formed a band not only wholly unexpected, but greater than the sum of its parts.

Icky Blossoms combine bass-heavy electronic grooves, pop structure, and a rock & roll swagger to pioneer a sound on the audio vanguard: music that is simultaneously avant garde, catchy and danceable. By brazenly denying to be subservient to a single genre or medium, Icky Blossoms is set to garner the attention of a truly diverse audience and make a lasting impact on music to come.

The self-titled debut album, produced by Dave Sitek from TV On The Radio, features the hypnotic synths of "Heat Lightning", "Babes", which was lauded by Rolling Stone as a "girl-power dance anthem" and the experimental, aptly titled album closer "Perfect Vision."