FLOWMOTION TO PLAY THEIR FINAL SHOWS IN JANUARY
In a letter to their fans, Flowmotion announced today that New Year’s Eve will be their final Seattle performance as "Flowmotion". With the release of their forthcoming CD, due in February, the band will be retiring the name and reemerging as The True Spokes.
In a letter to their fans the band states, "The music the band is writing and recording has reached a point where the name Flowmotion is an unsuitable description for who the band is now. With a solidified line up and many members writing material, transitioning to a new band name allows us to evolve into whatever it is we want to become."
They go on to state, "Sometimes an artistic desire and inspiration churns so hard in our guts we don't have a choice but to follow it, regardless of the financial or social ramifications. We're extremely excited for the new album and consider it to be one of our proudest achievements." Visit Flowmotion's website to read the letter in its entirety.
With this announcement the band is releasing the first track off their new self-titled album, dropping Feb 3. This album is being co-produced by The True Spokes and The Mother Hips' Tim Bluhm, and features performances by both Tim & Nicki Bluhm (Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers). To hear the first song, "Back Porch," visit their new website www.TrueSpokes.com.
The band's New Year's Eve show at Nectar Lounge will be their final Seattle show as Flowmotion, followed by a series of shows in Girdwood, Alaska. Their CD release parties in early February will be the band's first shows as The True Spokes. Both shows will be with San Francisco's The Mother Hips, February 3 at Doug Fir in Portland and February 4th at The Showbox Market in Seattle.
Flowmotion Tour Dates