1. You So You 4:09
2. Spider Like 5:44
3. Fish & Knife 5:08
4. A Sun Lingering Disease 3:27
5. Clandestiny 5:12
6. Gira Sola 4:58
7. Trans-Lucia 6:31
8. Fin 7:53
9. Yellow Hair 8:04
10. Rex 7:08
11. A Moon Short Stay Cure (Live) 3:22
12. You So You (Live) 3:34
13. Clown Small & Even 4:51
14. Crystalize & Slant 6:38
Trance To The Sun’s 1995 Bloom Flowers, Bloom! offers ten ghostly, passionate and evocative songs from the realm of gothic psychedelia. The mesmerizing vocals of Zoë Alexandra Wakefield intertwine with the kaleidoscopic tones of legendary guitarist/soundscaper Ashkelon Sain to create a gorgeous, otherworldly cacophony. Recorded in 1994, and first released in the Spring of 1995 on Tess Records (US) and EFA (Europe), Bloom Flowers, Bloom! is the second album by Trance To The Sun. This remastered release features 4 bonus tracks, including “You So You (Live)” and fan-favorite “Clown Small & Even.”
“Incredible, provocative music with female vocals. This band recently toured with LYCIA and the CD is definitely something to listen to! – Morbid Outlook (NYC)
“This intriguing album grew on me in a creeping fashion… This album will have the best effect when you’re in the mood to relax but not drift away, when you want to close your eyes and create images to the bizarre atmospheres which haunt this disc.” – ALTERNATIVE PRESS MAGAZINE (USA)
“These compositions are so dark and brooding and full that the soundwaves create a sinister brightness” – Permission Magazine (USA)
“Beautiful elegant dementia is the best way to describe “Bloom Flowers, Bloom!” Ashkelon provides lovely, dark instrumentation that will open the portholes of the soul.” – NIGHT MAGAZINE (Atlanta)
“Trance To The Sun leads a fascinating journey… with frightening, black colors.” – Subline Magazine (Germany)
“Her voice rips my heart apart” – Fringe Fuck (Los Angeles)
“Deathly beautiful” – Veer Magazine (Richmond, VA)
Recorded in 1994 at The Lion’s Den, Santa Barbara, CA.
Remastered in 2020 by Doug Krebs, with audio restoration by Ashkelon Sain.
Vocals: Zoë Alexandra Wakefield.
Instruments: Ashkelon Sain.
Special Guest Instrumentalists: Marc Linder, Glenn Petteys.