- Title: Uneasy Flowers
- Artist: Autistic Daughters
- Label: Staubgold
- Format: CD
- Price: €6,90EU (incl. 19% VAT)€5,80non-EU
"Uneasy Flowers" is the second album by Autistic Daughters, the intercontinental trio of Dean Roberts (guitar, vocals), Martin Brandlmayr (percussion, computer) and Werner Dafeldecker (guitar, bass). It is also the fourth in a series of records in which Roberts, having begun in more abstract territory in New Zealand's mid-1990s 'free noise' ferment, has embraced song, lyric and voice as vessels for topographic and psychoanalytic tracings of the impacts of territory and nomadism on the subject.
This is reflected by the shape-shifting nature of the outfit: while Autistic Daughters, whose name comes from a lyric from their first record"Jealousy And Diamond" (staubgold 56 lp), are resolutely a trio, they also work in cinematic format, with ancillary players – in this instance, Chris Abrahams of The Necks, Martin Siewert and Valerio Tricoli – as part of both cast and crew, foley artists behind the trio's complex, worm-turning arrangements.