Icky Blossom’s Nik Fackler explained the motivation behind the video: “We had been interested in VR since it started re-emerging as a thing and…Read More
Icky Blossoms is an electropop trio formed in Omaha, Nebraska in 2011, bringing together singer/synth player Sarah Bohling, singer/multi-instrumentalists Derek Pressnall, and Nik Fackler (director of the Independent Spirit nominated Lovely, Still); who became acquainted through the Omaha arts scene and Pressnall’s sidebands Tilly and the Wall and Flowers Forever. In early 2012, Icky Blossoms signed to Omaha-based Saddle Creek, who released the band’s self-titled, full-length LP on July 17, 2012. Produced by TV on the Radio multi-instrumentalist Dave Sitek, it is said to be an “album of sharp mechanical grooves and romantic attitude” by Spin magazine.
The single “Living in Fiction” comes off Omaha’s Electronic pop trio Icky Blossoms’ latest album Mask, now out via Saddle Creek. Hailing from Omaha,…Read More
Electronic pop trio Icky Blossoms will release their second album, Mask, on May 12th, 2015 via Saddle Creek followed by a vinyl release on…Read More
The Black Lips have covered Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings’ “Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to be Cowboys”. While Icky Blossoms have released their own version of Siouxsie and the Banshee’s “Arabian Knights”Read More
Omaha’s Icky Blossoms have teamed up with Black Lips for a Record Store Day split 7″, Cowboy Knights, out 4/20 via Saddle Creek. Check the dance pop trio’s rendition of Siouxsie and the Banshees’ classic “Arabian Knights” reimagined w/ pulsing synth and 3-D millennial skeletor visualsRead More
our chat with Sarah from Omaha, Nebraska’s very own Icky Blossoms. We discussed working with Dave Sitek from TVOTR, and other fun stuff. Their self titled album is out now on Saddle Creek RecordsRead More