Starving Artists Release Reimagined "Wallflower," Second Track from Remixed 1986 EP
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NORFOLK, Va. - eMusicWire -- Following the electrifying return of "Acid Rain," post-punk pioneers Starving Artists unveil a remixed and remastered version of their 1986 classic, "Wallflower," available now on all streaming platforms.

This second offering in their EP revival project finds the band breathing new life into the track while preserving its raw energy. Like its predecessor, "Wallflower" first appeared on Starving Artists' self-titled EP, recorded at New York's Secret Society Studios, and originally released on Vince Records.

The band members collaborated remotely to create this reimagined version using digitized tracks from the original 24-track master tapes, resulting in a meticulously remastered soundscape. Additionally, the remix introduces several new instrument tracks, expanding on the foundation of the original recording.

As with their "Acid Rain" re-release, Starving Artists have also directed a captivating music video to accompany the track, which has been posted to YouTube.

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"Wallflower" is available now on all major streaming platforms.
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