- Agrestic, Balsamic, Earthy, Floral, Spicy, Woody
- Tuberose, geranium, rosewood, sandalwood, cistus, nagarmotha, guaiacwood, rose, oud
- Organic cane alcohol or organic jojoba oil
Before Doolittle there was Surfer Rosa, an album of heat and brightness. The album was played on repeat and became a beacon of light through good times and bad. This fragrance was created to match the intensity of the album.
The rose is a woody floral and easily finds its complement with wood notes. Rose combines with geranium, rosewood, tuberose, and cistus (rock rose) to form an attar of roses that can only be described as gigantic. Smoky woods are married to this attar to produce an oriental fragrance of unique depth and character.
Inspired by Pixies
The Pixies are an American alternative rock band formed in 1986 in Boston, Massachusetts. The group disbanded in 1993 in acrimonious circumstances, but reunited in 2004. The group currently consists of founders Black Francis (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Joey Santiago (lead guitar), and David Lovering (drums). Co-founder Kim Deal (bass, backing vocals) left in 2013 and was replaced by Kim Shattuck as live bass player for a few months, then by Paz Lenchantin for the band’s 2014 tour. The Pixies achieved relatively modest popularity in their home country, but were significantly more successful in the United Kingdom, mainland Europe and Israel. The group is credited with having an influence on the alternative rock boom of the 1990s.
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