The storyplot of Bristol, England-based Send No Flowers is a prime exemplory case of the ruthlessness from the music industry. With the initial name of Agent Orange, Steve Rendell (acoustic guitar), Dominic Gearon (bass), Matt Bradbury (vocals), Scott Leach (acoustic guitar) and Tom Broman (drums) created the music group in 1994 having a desire to expose some originality with their regional music picture. They relocated collectively right into a Bristol farmhouse to be able to forge a coherent rock and roll identity. Over almost a year the music group worked on fresh materials that owed too much to Seattle grunge rings such as for example Alice In Stores and Pearl Jam. The producing demo achieved the required outcomes – they piqued the eye from the rock and roll press and among their tapes drawn a rave review from rock and roll paper Kerrang! They constructed a steady pursuing through touring, finally putting your signature on to EastWest Information, and work started on the periods that shaped their debut, Juice. As the grunge sources had been unmistakable, the music group had were able to consider the Seattle audio and create something of their very own style. The songwriting was achieved, using the crowning glory to arrive the form from the self-indulgent ‘Fireman’, an eight-minute orgy of extreme melody, stirring strings and sublime choruses. Having offered the UK rock and roll scene with among the exceptional releases of the entire year, the music group’s fortunes required a downward change. The album didn’t sell, plus they had been unceremoniously decreased by their label and consequently split up – no one delivered flowers. Various users resurfaced as Shineola however the resurrection was extremely short-lived.