It’s hard for me to write objectively about Badflower - they were the second band I ever photographed in front of the barrier, and they absolutely blew me away with their passion and energy. I mean, guitarist Joey Morrow played so hard he snapped the neck of his guitar! I instantly became a fan, and I’ve been following them ever since. Their rise from relative obscurity to the top of the charts has been rapid since they released their first full-length album, OK, I’m Sick, on the Big Machine/John Varvatos Records label. Their single, Ghost, hit the number-one spot on the IHeartRadio Active Rock Radio Chart, as well as top appearances on several other charts. I am thrilled that the rest of the world is getting exposed to their powerful, intensely personal stories and music.
The Indy show, which is sponsored by 103.3 WOLT, will be the third stop on their headlining tour with Deal Casino & Fencer. Tickets are only $10 and are available here: