Chain of Flowers are rising stars in the world of contemporary post-punk. After releasing an EP a year, starting in 2012, the band put out their self-titled album in 2015. The songs sounded rich, full of a real melancholy edge that was wholly complete and balanced. Today, COF dropped a new live EP consisting of their Part Time Punks session, setting some of their tracks into a unique new context. The effects and textures of "Crisis" come to life in a different way, while the romantic edge of "Chained" sounds more wistful and cool with live reverb. It's a good series of live tracks, a nice refresher before a (hopefully soon) new release.

Hear the EP below via Noisey, and catch the band on tour. Pre-order the tape before it's out this Friday on Funeral Party.

Mar. 4 — Cambridge, MA @ Lilypad
Mar. 5 — Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brenda's (w/Kane Strang)
Mar. 6 — Washington, DC @ DC9 (w/Kane Strang)
Mar. 8 — Atlanta, GA @ The Earl
Mar. 9 — Savannah, GA @ Savannah Stopover (w/JEFF the Brotherhood and Daddy Issues)
Mar. 10 — St. Petersburg, FL @ Paper Crane (w/Merchandise)
Mar. 11 — Tallahassee, FL @ The Wilbury (w/Merchandise)
Mar. 12 — New Orleans, LA @ Siberia (w/Merchandise)
Mar. 14 — Houston, TX @ Walter's Downtown (w/Merchandise)
Mar. 15 - 18 — Austin, TX @ SXSW
Mar. 19 — Dallas, TX @ Not So Fun Wknd
Mar. 21 — Denver, CO @ Lost Lake (w/Kane Strang)
Mar. 22 — Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court (w/Kane Strang)
Mar. 23 — Boise, ID @ Treefort Music Festival
Mar. 24 — Reno, NV @ Holland Project
Mar. 25 — San Francisco, CA @ Hemlock Tavern (w/OMNI)
Mar. 26 — Los Angeles, CA @ The Echoplex (w/Soft Kill)