The new album, Komik do půl osmé (i.e. Comedian until half past eight) presents the rituals of the city. The auteur band, Květy (i.e. Flowers) through this recording leaves none in doubt that even after such a radical change of the line-up and sound, it has the power to look for new ways and at the same time keep its own unmistakeable style. The urban rock poetics of Martin Kyšperksý and Aleš Pilgr is on the new album, Komik do půl osmé, influenced sound-wise by new band member, multi-instrumentalist Ondřej Kyas. And thanks to him, Květy have amazing drive and groove. The songs of Martin Kyšperský sound great.
The singer, guitarist and the author of all the songs on the album, Martin Kyšperksý, has projected the hometown of Květy into his music several times. Brno now has its biggest role in comparison to the previous eight albums. “Komik do půl osmé is a city record. There’s a map of trams, buses and trains of Brno in the booklet. We got t....... more