Razor-sharp and bristling with intent, Washington D.C.’s Flasher exude an energy that belies their relatively short lifespan as a band.
photo by Caroline Anne

Razor-sharp and bristling with intent, Washington D.C.’s Flasher exude an energy that belies their relatively short lifespan as a band. The trio join John Richards in the KEXP Live Room for a session featuring songs from their debut album, Constant Image. Recorded 07/20/2018

1. Pressure
2. Skim Milk
3. Who’s Got Time?
4. Destroy

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