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The Narcotic Daffodils bloom offering rawness and wildness through lyrics full of colours and poetry combined with music that takes you through a modern day trip right from the place you are.The universe of The Narcotic Daffodils gives life to an alternative sound which is pshychedellic by gestation, rock by nature and even in it’s most quiet state, moving. The charming wailings of singer Irene Csordas (Vocals,keyboards) from hungarian origin tasted her first Daffodils in May 2009. The musicians taking the trip with her are Hakim Rahmouni (guitar) BE, Merlin Fourmois(drums) BE, Flupk’e Declerq (bass) and Simon Rigot(Keyboards/Sitar) BE, have all come home grown in Brussels, Belgium.
The Narcotic Daffodils have spread their bulblets in European soil performing more than just several gigs throughout Belgium, Holland, London (UK), Italy and France.
The CD « The Narcotic Daffodils »recorded in Brussels was mixed by Paolo Negri, (producer/organist of the Link Quartet) and was released by MusicBrussels, distributed by Fakto Records (Europe-released on May 14th 2011) and it’s Oh! Music (Japan – released on Sept 21st 2011). The Narcotic Daffodils have re-released the song The Crazy Dwarf on an american compilation from Trail Records (US-released on august 2012). They are now preparing the release of the second Album for 2014 recorded at Noise Factory Studio and Uptown Studio.
The Narcotic Daffodils new CD “CELLEX” which is the verb Tamazight (Berbère) which signifies «fragments». A picture of a elclectic sounds and influences, the album “CELLEX” offers a reality filled with exotic riches and rock grinding. With this new album, The Narcotic Daffodils take us to the heart of a multicultural alternative travel with paisley and strings of metal. In the same chords delicate and brutal, “CELLEX” is a musical mosaic together the various frangments composing The Narcotic Daffodils and telling all their stories in one symphony of rythms and rhymes. Whether in the studio or ‘Jolyne’ recorded in the Basilique Cathedral of Saint-Hubert always a trip to remember.