This girl can sing, write and produce colourful pop tunes, and play the drums. What kind of next-level, supreme being popstar is she?
Florrie has been steadily servicing the blogosphere with her quality electro pop tunes for four years now, but hey if she’s still not on your radar – now is a good time to get on board.
The Bristol-born beauty premiered her latest single ‘Little White Lies’ on BBC Radio 1 this week – a new tune that follows her Sirens EP, which only arrived about two months ago.
The song is an iridescent pop number that glistens with wistful melodies that recall the subtlety of Girls Aloud’s ‘Untouchable’.
The cracking lyrics about being a victim of one’s good intentions are probably some of Florrie’s best yet.
She sings, “Little white lies, we keep to ourselves. And we’ll never tell, it ain’t hurting nobody!”
Listen to ‘Little White Lies’:
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Trivia: Florrie started out as an in-house drummer for Xenomania, a prolific pop factory that has launched massive records for Girls Aloud, Sugababes and Pet Shop Boys. She played on Girls Aloud’s Brit Award-winning smash ‘The Promise’.
Florrie’s ‘Little White Lies’ is out on 17 August.