The Syn return for their second and last single, with a very Summer of '67 song about flower power. "Flowerman" is a bit of a treacly delight if you like your BritPsych on the twee side. Released in Sept of 1967, "Flowerman" didn't bother the charts. Today, most people prefer the B side, an ode to the "Fourteen Hour Technicolour Dream" happening that took place at the Ally Pally in London in April of 67, as a fund raiser for the underground newspaper, the International Times. The Syn included Chris Squire and Peter banks, who a short time later founded Yes! and released three wonderful albums before traipsing off into prog self indulgence. But at the end of the Summer of 1967, the Syn left us with a piece of era memorabilia that seems impossibly naive today, but seemed oh so real for a short time during the Summer Of Luv.