Stream Flashlight O's The Truman Sho, Out Now on Double Double Whammy

Double Double Whammy keeps up their winning streak, following up Frankie Cosmos and Quarterbacks albums with this odd gem by Baltimore's Flashlight O.

FADER PREMIERE

We're on a tear of small-label success stories today—see also new albums from The Bilinda Butchers (Orchid Tapes) and Bellows (Dead Labour). Ridgewood, NJ label Double Double Whammy has been having a hell of a year with FADER favorite albums by Frankie Cosmos and Quarterbacks, and their latest is no exception. Flashlight O is the work of Baltimore's Colin Alexander, formerly of Spook Houses, who's making spectacularly precarious sounding rock songs in the vein of Microphones, Karl Blau and the sound of a table being knocked over. It's a really strange and supremely memorable album destined for summer porches and long drives, out today on cassette.

Stream: Flashlight O's The Truman Sho LP

Stream Flashlight O's The Truman Sho, Out Now on Double Double Whammy