There's a gothic tinge to their guitar pop...

Preston duo White Flowers have share their new song 'Help Me Help Myself'.

Working from a converted textile mile, the pair aim to tap into the darkness of the North, while also channelling its inherent beauty.

Debut album 'Day By Day' is out on June 4th, and word is already spreading - initial limited edition vinyl copies have just sold out.

New song 'Help Me Help Myself' has a gothic tinge to it, a kind of Baroque melancholy that dwells in greyscale.

"There’s something uniquely bleak about the North,” says White Flowers' Joey Cobb, “but in that bleakness there’s a certain beauty.”

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