Trademark Attorney in Isle of Palms SC

If you are a successful business owner, protecting your intellectual property rights is one of the most important steps that you can take to safeguard your company. Often, hiring a trademark attorney in Isle of Palms to register a trademark is an arduous process that results in outrageous hourly fees and complicated paperwork.

At Sausser Summers, PC, our goal is to make the trademark registration process as straightforward and cost-effective as possible, so that you can focus on growing your business while we take the necessary steps to protect what you have worked so hard to build.

Unlike other law firms, Sausser Summers, PC provides flat fee trademark services at an affordable price. Our goal is to eliminate the uncertainty that comes with hourly work, so you know exactly how much your total expenses will be at the outset of our relationship.

With a BBB A+ rating, we are consistently ranked as one of the top trademark law firms in the U.S. We aim to provide you with the same five-star service that you would receive from large firms, with a modern twist at a rate that won’t break the bank.

How Sausser Summers, PC Flat Fee Trademark Service Works

Our flat fee trademark process is simple, streamlined, and consists of three steps:

  1. Choose your trademark service and provide us with information about your trademark through our online questionnaire. Once this is complete, you will pay the flat fee for us to move forward.
  2. Our trademark lawyers in Isle of Palms will conduct an extensive search to make sure you are in the clear to register your trademark. Once our search has concluded, we will send you a legal opinion letter informing you of our search results.
  3. Our trademark attorneys will file your trademark and provide updates throughout the registration process.

Our three-step process lets you:

  1. Work one-on-one with an experienced trademark attorney in Isle of Palms who will consult with you at your convenience.
  2. Save your hard-earned money with our flat fee trademark services.
  3. Gain access to a licensed trademark attorney who will file your trademark application.
  4. Get updates on your trademark application as it moves through the registration process.
  5. Focus on running your business while Sausser Summers, PC handles the hard work. No headaches, no hidden fees, no tricks.

Trademark Services at a Glance

Whether you need help maintaining your current trademark or require assistance canceling an abandoned mark, Sausser Summers, PC is here to help. Here are just a few of the trademark services that we provide to clients:

Comprehensive Trademark Search – For many entrepreneurs, this is the first and most crucial step to take when it’s time to safeguard your business and intellectual property. Your trademark attorney in Isle of Palms will conduct a thorough search of the USPTO Federal Trademark Database and each U.S state’s trademark database. We will also perform a trademark domain name search and a trademark common law search on your behalf. We will follow up with a 30-minute phone call, where we will discuss the results of our trademark search and send you a drafted legal opinion letter.

U.S. Trademark Filing – Once your trademark lawyer in Isle of Palms has completed a comprehensive trademark search, the next step is to file a trademark application. We will submit your application within 1-3 business days and keep you updated on its USPTO status throughout the registration process.
U.S Trademark Office Actions – These actions are essentially initial rejections of your trademark by the USPTO. Applicants have six months in which to respond to this rejection. For a flat fee, your trademark lawyer from Sausser Summers, PC will compose a response on your behalf so that you may continue to focus on your day-to-day business tasks.

U.S Trademark Renewal – If you already own a trademark, Sausser Summers, PC will renew your registered trademark so that it remains current. Extended protection varies depending on how long you have held your trademark. We encourage you to visit our U.S Trademark Renewal page to find out which renewal service best fits your current situation.

U.S. Trademark Cease & Desist – Whether you have been accused of infringing on someone’s trademark and received a cease and desist letter or have found an infringer on your own mark, it is imperative that you respond. If you have received a letter and do not respond, you might be sued. If you find an infringer and do not demand that they stop, you may lose your trademark rights. To discuss the best course of action for your situation, we recommend you contact Sausser Summers, PC, for a risk-free consultation at no additional cost. Once you speak directly to one of our attorneys, we will send your cease and desist letter or respond to the one you have received for an affordable flat fee.

Statement of Use – If you plan on using your mark in commerce, you must file a Statement of Use to notify the USPTO. This filing must take place six months after you receive your Notice of Allowance. For an affordable flat-rate fee, your trademark attorney in Isle of Palms will make any requisite filings on your behalf. Before you decide on a course of action, we encourage you to contact our office at (843) 654-0078 to speak with one of our attorneys. This consultation will help us get a better understanding of your situation and is always free and confidential.

Additional U.S Trademark Attorney Services

In addition to the services listed above, we also help our clients enforce their trademarks, monitor trademark filings, and even help protect business owners from trademark infringement on platforms like Amazon and Etsy.
Have questions about our flat-fee trademark services? It would be our pleasure to speak with you at your earliest convenience, so that you can preserve the one asset that sets you apart from everyone else: your name.

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Andy Frasco & The U.N. Premiere Single “Dancin’ Around My Grave”

Andy Frasco & the U.N. premiered a new single titled “Dancin’ Around My Grave,” today July 21. The song was released along with a vibrant music video directed by Frasco himself. The track features Charleston, S.C. bands Susto and Doom Flamingo. While “Dancin’ Around My Grave” focuses its gaze on death, it evokes an appreciation of life. The lyrics are sung jubilantly and inspire one to live fully and “Celebrate what we had.” Frasco’s directing doubles down on this effort...

Andy Frasco & the U.N. premiered a new single titled “Dancin’ Around My Grave,” today July 21. The song was released along with a vibrant music video directed by Frasco himself. The track features Charleston, S.C. bands Susto and Doom Flamingo.

While “Dancin’ Around My Grave” focuses its gaze on death, it evokes an appreciation of life. The lyrics are sung jubilantly and inspire one to live fully and “Celebrate what we had.”

Frasco’s directing doubles down on this effort. When there is a casket in the frame one can only focus on the flowers that adorn it, if there is a gravestone on screen it is the dancing around it that demands the viewer’s attention. Frasco also adds humor through photoshopped images of himself as an old man, and his future extended family–some with his exact features.

Partway through the song, Doom Flamingo vocalist Kanika Moore sings soulfully over a slowed tempo “Oh, if there’s a heaven baby/ Then I know I’ll see you there/ But if this all we got, that’s ok too/ Our love was real, our love was real.”

Watch below.

Andy Frasco & The U.N. Tour

Jul. 21 – FloydFest – Floyd, VA

Jul. 22 – FloydFest – Floyd, VA

Jul. 23 – FloydFest – Floyd, VA

Jul. 24 – FloydFest – Floyd, VA

Jul. 25 – FloydFest – Floyd, VA

Jul. 30 – Snow Bowl Plaza – Steamboat Springs, CO

Aug. 1 – Blues, Brews, and BBQ – Huntsville, UT

Aug. 4 – Knotty Pines Supper Club – Victor, ID

Aug. 5 – Sweetwater Hollow – Salmon, ID

Aug. 6 – Whiskey Jacques – Ketchum, ID

Aug. 7 – Whiskey Jacques – Ketchum, ID

Aug. 20 – Summer Camp Music Festival – Chillicothe, IL

Aug. 21 – Summer Camp Music Festival – Chillicothe, IL

Aug. 22 – Summer Camp Music Festival – Chillicothe, IL

Aug. 26 – Backwoods at Mulberry Mountain – Ozark, AR

Aug. 27 – Backwoods at Mulberry Mountain – Ozark, AR

Aug. 28 – Backwoods at Mulberry Mountain – Ozark, AR

Aug. 28 – Hot August Music Festival – Cockeysville, MD

Aug. 29 – Backwoods at Mulberry Mountain – Ozark, AR

Aug. 29 – The Starboard – Dewey Beach, DS

Aug. 31 – The Windjammer – Isle of Palms, SC

Sep. 1 – Heist Barrel Arts – Charlotte, NC

Sep. 2 – Bonnaroo – Manchester, TN

Sep. 4 – FRamily Fest – Benton, IL

Sep. 8 – Cain’s Ballroom – Tulsa, OK

Sep. 9 – Last Concert Cafe – Houston, TX

Sep. 10 – Deep Elium Art Company – Houston, TX

Sep. 11 – Antone’s Nightclub – Austin, TX

Sep. 14 – The Rebel Lounge – Phoenix, AZ

Sep. 15 – Belly Up Tavern – Solana Beach, CA

Sep. 16 – Jammin on Vegas – Las Vegas

Sep. 17 – Lodge Room – Los Angeles, CA

Sep. 18 – The Chapel – San Francisco, CA

Sep. 22 – Crazy Horse Saloon & Grill – Nevada City, CA

Sep. 23 – Sessions Music Hall – Eugene, OR

Sep. 24 – Mississippi Studios – Portland, OR

Sep. 25 – Tractor Tavern – Seattle, WA

Oct. 1 – Mempho Fest – Memphis, TN

Oct. 2 – Mempho Fest – Memphis, TN

Oct. 3 – Mempho Fest – Memphis, TN

Oct. 9 – Ogden Theatre – Denver, CO

Oct. 14 – House of Blues – New Orleans, LA

Oct. 19 – Elevation @ The Intersection – Grand Rapids, MI

Oct. 20 – The Magic Bag – Ferndale, MI

Oct. 21 – Buffalo Iron Works – Buffalo, NY

Oct. 22 – Spirit Hall – Pittsburgh, PA

Oct. 23 – Madison Theater – Covington, KY

Oct. 24 – Beachland Ballroom – Cleveland, OH

Oct. 28 – Lincoln Theatre – Raleigh, NC

Oct. 29 – Greenfield Lake Amphitheater – Wilmington, NC

Oct. 30 – The Broadberry – Richmond, VA

Oct. 31 – The Southern Cafe and Music Hall – Charlottesville, VA

Nov. 4 – High Noon Saloon – Madison, WI

Nov. 5 – Turf Club – St. Paul, MN

Nov. 6 – Thalia Hall – Chicago, IL

Nov. 7 – Canopy Club – Urbana, IL

Nov. 17 – Saturn – Birmingham, AL

Nov. 18 – Salvage Station, Asheville, NC

Nov. 19 – Terminal West – Atlanta, GA

Nov. 20 – The Basement East – Nashville, TN

Nov. 29 – Tanner’s – Kimberly, WI

Dec. 1 – Union Stage – Washington, DC

Dec. 2 – The Foundry – Philadelphia, PA

Dec. 3 – Warsaw – Brooklyn, NY

Dec. 4 – Brighton Music Hall – Boston, MA

Dec. 9 – Higher Ground – South Burlington, VT

Dec. 10 – Bearsville Theater – Woodstock, NY

Dec. 11 – Anthology – Rochester, NY

Dec. 31 – Tuffy’s Music Box – Sanford, FL

Charley Crockett announces new album Music City USA & shares video “I Need Your Love”

Hot on the heels of his 2021 tribute album to Texan country great James Hand, Charley Crockett has announced his 10th full-length album Music City USA, out on 17th September via Son of Davy/Thirty Tigers. Crockett also shared the video for the album single “I Need Your Love”, a southern soul number accompanied by a retro-styled wide-screen video directed by Bobby Cochran. “I like to think of my sound as ‘Gulf & Western’, and this number here is...

Hot on the heels of his 2021 tribute album to Texan country great James Hand, Charley Crockett has announced his 10th full-length album Music City USA, out on 17th September via Son of Davy/Thirty Tigers.

Crockett also shared the video for the album single “I Need Your Love”, a southern soul number accompanied by a retro-styled wide-screen video directed by Bobby Cochran.

“I like to think of my sound as ‘Gulf & Western’, and this number here is all gulf coast music,” explains Crockett. “Something you’d hear out of southeast Texas recording studios or southern Louisiana. I’d been foolin’ around with this song for a while, and when we went to record it, we decided at the last minute to double the length of the chorus. I felt right then that we had something. I’d wanted to bring the horns back for a couple tunes on this album. Soul and Country R&B from the deep south is a whole lot of who I am. I hope it shows though on ‘I Need Your Love’”.

Crockett also announced additions to his extensive US tour schedule, and he’ll be announcing even more dates soon. Crockett is a part of the line-up at several premier festivals this summer, including both weekends of Austin City Limits festival, MerleFest, Under the Big Sky festival and Hinterland Music Festival, and he will perform at Orville Peck’s Rodeo at Red Rocks on July 22nd with Peck and Yola.

Crockett will tape his debut for prestigious US TV show Austin City Limits on July 28th, joining a season 47 line-up that also includes Miranda Lambert, Brittany Howard, Jon Batiste, Leon Bridges, Sarah Jarosz, Billy Strings, Jade Bird, Brandy Clark, Terry Allen, Dayglow and Jackson Browne. Crockett was also recently nominated for the 2021 Americana Music Association awards “Emerging Act of the Year” alongside Amythyst Kiah, Joy Oladokun, Allison Russell and Waxahatchee.

Crockett is also a part of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s latest exhibit, “American Currents”, alongside acts like Eric Church, The Chicks, Luke Combs, Mickey Guyton and Maren Morris. The San Benito, TX native donated the custom Fort Lonesome suit he wore during his Newport Folk Festival debut in 2019 to the exhibit, and he’s currently featured on a larger-than-life billboard outside the museum in Nashville alongside one of his heroes, fellow San Benito, TX native Freddy Fender.

Read an essay on Crockett and Music City USA penned by writer, historian, Willie Nelson biographer and fellow Texan Joe Nick Patoski here.

Charley Crockett 2021 US Tour Dates

July 9 – BarrelHouse Brewing Co. – Paso Robles, CA

July 10 – Delfino Farms – Camino, CA

July 11 – Sundays in the Park – Ukiah, CA

July 14 – The Olympic Venue – Boise, ID

July 15 – Old Saloon – Emigrant, MT

July 16 – Red oxx – Billings, MT

July 18 – Under the Big Sky Festival – Whitefish, MT

July 20 – Soundwell – Salt Lake City, UT

July 21 – Warehouse25sixty-five – Grand Junction, CO

July 22 – Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Morrison, CO

July 23- Globe Hall- Denver, CO

July 24- Globe Hall- Denver, CO

July 26- Santa Fee Bandstand- Santa Fe, NM

July 30 – Silver Saloon – Terrell, TX

July 31- Gruene Hall- New Braunfels, TX

Aug 1- Gruene Hall- New Braunfels, TX

Aug 4 – Turf Club – St. Paul, MN

Aug 5 – Fargo Brewing Company – Fargo, ND

Aug 6- The Raccoon Motel- Davenport, IA

Aug 7 – Waiting Room Lounge – Omaha, NE

Aug 8 – Hinterland Music Festival – Saint Charles, IA

Aug 19 – The Majestic – Fort Smith, AR

Aug 20 – Missouri State Fairgrounds – Sedalia, MO

Aug 21 – Blue Ox Music Festival – Eau Claire, WI

Aug 22 – El Club – Detroit, MI

Aug 25 – Mercury Ballroom – Louisville, KY

Aug 26 – Hi-Fi – Indianapolis, IN

Aug 27 – RiverEdge at Marcum Park – Hamilton, OH

Aug 28 – Up In Smoke Fest – Chicago, IL

Aug 29 – The Winchester – Lakewood, OH

Sept 1- Anthology- Rochester, NY

Sept 2- Roxian Theatre- McKees Rocks, PA

Sept 3- Theatre of Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA

Sept 4- The National- Richmond, VA

Sept 5-The NorVa- Norfolk, VA

Sept 6- Lincoln Theatre- Raleigh, NC

Sept 8- Saturn- Birmingham, AL

Sept 9- Brooklyn Bowl- Nashville, TN

Sept 11 – Mountain Song Festival – Brevard, NC

Sept 12 – Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion – Bristol, TN

Sept 15- Brighton Music Hall- Boston, MA

Sept 16- The Fillmore Silver Spring- Silver Spring, MD

Sept 17- Music Hall of Williamsburg- Brooklyn, NY

Sept 18 – Watermelon Pickers Fest – Berryville, VA

Sept 19 – MerleFest – Wilkesboro, NC

Sept 20- The Senate, Columbia, SC

Sept 21- The Windjammer- Isle of Palms, SC

Sept 22- Hargray Capitol Theatre- Macon, GA

Sept 23- Variety Playhouse- Atlanta, GA

Sept 24-Georgia Theatre- Athens, GA

Sept 25- Phenix City Amphitheater- Phenix City, AL

Sept 30 – Jefferson Theatre – Beaumont, TX

Oct 2 – Austin City Limits Music Festival – Austin, TX

Oct 9 – Austin City Limits Music Festival – Austin, TX

Oct 16 – State Fair of Texas – Dallas, TX

Dec 30- The Criterion, Oklahoma City, OK

Dec 31- Granada Theater, Lawrence, KS

photo credit Bobby Cochran

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Doom Flamingo Releases New EP, Announces Summer Tour

Synthwave band Doom Flamingo has released their newest EP album, Flamingo, on June 30. The band has also announced a slew of tour dates for this summer, including a stop at the Capitol Theater. Based in South Carolina, Doom Flamingo is a self-described “synthwave beast with a Jekyll and Hyde element to their songwriting.” Similar to the contrastin...

Synthwave band Doom Flamingo has released their newest EP album, Flamingo, on June 30. The band has also announced a slew of tour dates for this summer, including a stop at the Capitol Theater.

Based in South Carolina, Doom Flamingo is a self-described “synthwave beast with a Jekyll and Hyde element to their songwriting.” Similar to the contrasting words in their name, Doom Flamingo creates a musical breed of both heavy electronica and dance-floor-ready pop.

The group features bassist Ryan Stasik, of the jam band Umphrey’s McGee, alongside a cast of musicians including dynamic vocalist Kanika Moore, guitarist Thomas Kenney, drummer Stu White, saxophonist Mike Quinn, and keyboardist Ross Bogan.

Flamingo serves as an upbeat alter ego to their 2020 Doom EP, a darker inspired collection. Full of ’80s-style keyboard beats, positive lyrics and an infectious groove, the new EP has a nostalgic summer beach-trip vibe.

This project makes me want to lace up a pair of roller skates and head on down to the boardwalk.

Ryan Stasik (bassist of Umphrey’s McGee and Doom Flamingo)

Despite this fun-loving and beachy attitude, the group stays vigilant in their belief in justice and equity. Songs like “Untraditional” and “Somebody” help spread the message that people deserve to live confidently in their truth, even if they’re outside expected societal values.

Doom Flamingo takes inspiration from a wide array of artists, from electronica pioneers Daft Punk to pop-icon Tina Turner (listen to their rendition of Turner’s “The Best”). Interestingly enough, one of the chief inspirations for Flamingo is former First Lady Michelle Obama. The band even wrote track 4, “Michelle,” in her honor.

‘Michelle’ is a song dedicated to the women that exhibit love, intelligence, and charisma because it feels good to deposit positive energy and be fed with the same. I’m inspired by Michelle Obama.

Kanika Moore (lead singer of Doom Flamingo)

Flamingo can be streamed on all major platforms starting June 30. The band will also be bringing their new EP to a handful of select cities in the coming months, as part of their 2021 Summer Tour. For ticket information, check out their website.

Check out the full tour schedule below:

DOOM FLAMINGO Summer Tour 2021

July 1 – Isle of Palms, SC – Windjammer
July 3 – Scranton, PA – Peach Festival
August 19-21 – Chillicothe, IL – Summer Camp
September 9 – Austin, TX – Antone’s
September 10 – Houston, TX – Bronze Peacock
September 11 – Dallas, TX – Deep Ellum
September 16 – Masontown, WV – Resonance Marvin’s Mountaintop
September 18 – Indianapolis, IN – The Vogue
October 9 – Port Chester, NY – Garcia’s @ The Capitol Theater
December 4-8 – Puerto Morelos, Mexico – Holidaze

Charlotte and NC coast brace for Hurricane Elsa. Here’s the latest on the storm.

While much uncertainty remained Saturday about its ultimate path, Hurricane Elsa was still projected to barrel into the Carolinas with fierce winds and rain by mid- to late-week, according to National Hurricane Center forecasters. And the National Weather Service office in Newport/Morehead City put coastal residents on alert Saturday morning. “Elsa could bring impacts to Eastern NC by as early as mid week,” NWS meteorologists posted on Twitter at 6 a.m. Saturday. “It is too early for any specific impacts, but ...

While much uncertainty remained Saturday about its ultimate path, Hurricane Elsa was still projected to barrel into the Carolinas with fierce winds and rain by mid- to late-week, according to National Hurricane Center forecasters.

And the National Weather Service office in Newport/Morehead City put coastal residents on alert Saturday morning.

“Elsa could bring impacts to Eastern NC by as early as mid week,” NWS meteorologists posted on Twitter at 6 a.m. Saturday. “It is too early for any specific impacts, but residents and visitors are urged to pay close attention to the forecast over the coming days.”

The storm could reach the Carolinas late Wednesday and into early Thursday, according to the NWS.

At 8 a.m. Saturday, the first Atlantic hurricane of the season was “moving rapidly” toward Hispaniola in the Caribbean Sea, where conditions were “expected to deteriorate over the next several hours,” according to the Hurricane Center located in Miami.

On Friday, the storm “blew off roofs and snapped trees” in the eastern Caribbean islands, the Associated Press reported.

The category 1 storm packed 75 mph winds, but Hurricane Center forecasters on Friday night said the storm could develop into a category 3 hurricane at some point. Category 3 storms carry winds of 111 mph to 129 mph and cause “major damage,” according to the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale on the National Hurricane Center’s website.

By comparison, Hurricane Hugo was a category 4 hurricane when it made landfall in Isle of Palms, S.C., in September 1989. Gusts over 100 mph were recorded in Charlotte in that storm, according to the National Weather Service. In 1999, Hurricane Floyd made landfall at Cape Fear, N.C, as a Category 2 hurricane with 105 mph winds, the NWS reported.

Tropical storm-force winds from Elsa could arrive in the Charlotte area by 8 a.m. Wednesday, according to National Hurricane Center maps. Such winds range from 39 mph to 73 mph, according to the NWS.

In a bulletin issued at 8 a.m. Saturday, Hurricane Center forecasters cautioned “the details of the long-term track are still uncertain.”

At the same time, they said, the Hurricane Center’s “intensity forecast shows little change in strength through tonight, followed by slow weakening on Sunday and early Monday. Slight restrengthening is forecast when Elsa moves north of Cuba and across the eastern Gulf of Mexico.

“This forecast is a little lower than the previous one in the short term, but is largely unchanged at the longer forecast times.”

Doom Flamingo Releases New ‘Flamingo’ EP, Announces 2021 Tour Dates [Stream]

Doom Flamingo has released Flamingo, a new EP intended to serve as the “alter ego” to the Charleston, SC outfit’s 2020 release, Doom. The sextet, which is fronted by dynamic vocalist Kanika Moore and features Umphrey’s McGee bassist Ryan Stasik, will also head out on a string of 2021 tour dates in support of the two companion EPs. As the Doom/Flamingo EPs suggest, this is a band that walks the line bet...

Doom Flamingo has released Flamingo, a new EP intended to serve as the “alter ego” to the Charleston, SC outfit’s 2020 release, Doom.

The sextet, which is fronted by dynamic vocalist Kanika Moore and features Umphrey’s McGee bassist Ryan Stasik, will also head out on a string of 2021 tour dates in support of the two companion EPs.

As the Doom/Flamingo EPs suggest, this is a band that walks the line between seemingly opposing styles. While Doom was a darker, synth-wave collection inspired by the thematics of “mysterious and macabre” literature and cinema, Flamingo explores the nostalgic sounds of guilty-pleasure ’80s staples with an emphasis on hedonistic fun—the two characteristic sides of the Doom Flamingo coin.

Related: Watch Doom Flamingo Turn Grateful Dead’s “Touch Of Grey” Into An 80s Slow Jam [Video]

Instrumentalist Ross Bogan approached the project in DIY fashion, chasing down keyboards on Craigslist to find just the right sounds for the EP’s tone.

Bandmates Stasik, Moore, Thomas Kenney, Mike Quinn, and Stu White followed suit on the pursuit of a “fun” sound. Stasik says the project makes him want to “lace up a pair of roller skates and head on down to the boardwalk.”

The band notes a number of influences on Flamingo, from Daft Punk to Whitney Houston. The album also features a shimmering cover of Tina Turner hit “The Best”.

Despite the record’s light-hearted vibes, the group remains vigilant in its ongoing message of justice and equality. The EP continues to push back on the mainstream views on societal norms and sexuality, offering an alternate worldview in which every individual should be allowed to live as who they view themselves to be.

Related: Doom Flamingo Delivers Ominous “Blade” Performance At Justice Comes Alive [Watch]

In that vein, the new release features “Michelle”, a tribute to former First Lady Michelle Obama. “‘Michelle’ is a song dedicated to the women that exhibit love, intelligence, and charisma because it feels good to deposit positive energy and be fed with the same,” explains Moore. “I’m inspired by Michelle Obama.”

Below, listen to Doom Flamingo’s new Flamingo EP in full and check out a list of upcoming tour dates. You can also stream Flamingo on the platform of your choice here.

Doom Flamingo – Flamingo – Full EP

Doom Flamingo 2021 Tour Dates

July 1 – Isle of Palms, SC – Windjammer
July 3 – Scranton, PA – Peach Festival
August 19-21 – Chillicothe, IL – Summer Camp
September 9 – Austin, TX – Antone’s
September 10 – Houston, TX – Bronze Peacock
September 11 – Dallas, TX – Deep Ellum
September 16 – Masontown, WV – Resonance Marvin’s Mountaintop
September 18 – Indianapolis, IN – The Vogue
October 9 – Port Chester, NY – Garcia’s @ The Capitol Theater
December 4-8 – Puerto Morelos, Mexico – Holidaze

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