“Normal” is anything but just that, normal. It is an unexpected, surprising and charming album, with an unpublished speech on the national independent scene. The return of Flow is a very personal journey through psychedelic music and escapist literature. Reverend pop songs recorded between old vinyls and full of optimistic moments where references abound and, above all, good taste, which leave a strange residue that tastes like magic. It has that surrealism that Andalusian rock has always had, and it is already known that from surrealism to psychedelia there is a step, a step that Flow knows how to take very normally.