Doom Flamingo Releases New Single; Plans Beer Collaboration with Fatty’s Beer Works

We're only 10 days into the New Year, but Charleston-based band Doom Flamingo has packed a lot into that time frame. The group this week made a trio of announcements.

First, they released their latest single - Domingo's Drive - via Spotify. You can listen to the song here.

Second, they announced a partnership with booking agents and festival consultants, Midwood Entertainment. This collaboration has lead to a string of spring tour dates including stops in Brooklyn, Nashville, Denver, and the Holy City.

Band members Ryan Stasik (bass, Umphrey’s McGee), Kanika Moore (vocals), Ross Bogan (keys, RoBoTrio), Thomas Kenney (guitar, Terraphonics), Stuart White (drums), and Mike Quinn (saxophone) are preparing to bring their brand of synthwave to a number of new cities, giving audiences a first chance to hear what the band calls “Top Gun guitar riffs and Miami Beach poolside lounge vibes, all at once contrasted with dark-synth sounds eerily reminiscent of old John Carpenter films.”

In addition to the new single and spring tour dates, Doom Flamingo has been working with local brewery Fatty’s Beer Works on their first ever beer collaboration, which will be released at Charleston Pour House on April 27th. The new brew is a single malt, single hop India Pale Ale brewed with Golden Promise malt, Strata Hops, and industrial hemp.

As if all of that wasn't enough, fans should also keep an eye out for the Doom Flamingo graphic novel, which is currently in production.

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