The Ramona Flowers Release Captivating Single “Out of Focus”

UK Band Unveils Music Video Ahead of “Strangers” Album Release

Los Angeles, CA – The Ramona Flowers have released their new electro-pop single and music video for “Out of Focus.” The synth-based track begins with a rhythmic drum groove and continues with an upbeat, addictive chorus. This magnetic song is the latest single off of the band’s forthcoming album, Strangers available on May 18, 2018 via Distiller Records. “Out of Focus” is now available for download and streaming across all digital music platforms. The music video is available for viewing on YouTube.

Out of Focus” is produced by Chris Zane (Friendly Fires, Passion Pit, Bat For Lashes) and explores the group’s electronic and contemporary dance vibe. “Chris has a brilliant knack for getting the most beautiful sounds out of classic synths,” says Sam James. The music video features a collection of the band’s recent tour footage both on and off stage from the Fuji Rock Festival in Japan where they played in front of thousands of people. The popularity of their Fuji Rocks performance created a demand for the subsequent tour which is also featured in the video.

The five-piece electro-pop group formed in Bristol after having met by chance, and have since progressed through two albums – Dismantle And Rebuild (2014) and Part Time Spies (2016) – to their well-developed third long-player, Strangers, set for release on May 18, 2018. The group initially banded together to find a shared sweet spot between rock and electronica. They have since put down their guitars and picked up synthesizers, hence their breezy, ‘80s infused electro-pop sound. The Ramona Flowers have enjoyed international success, performing throughout Europe, Asia and the United States. They have impressively widened their fan base, including the likes of Bono, the lead singer of U2.

“Out of Focus” is a testament to The Ramona Flowers’ uncanny ability to perfectly mesh rock and electronica with addictive, radio-ready hooks. Watch the music video on the band’s YouTube channel and download or stream the track on digital music platforms worldwide. Keep up with The Ramona Flowers by visiting