Florrie announces headline London gig and a brand new single

Our favourite singer, songwriter, drummer, multi-instrumentalist and producer (phew!) is finally about to launch herself as a major label artist and we can’t ruddy wait.

After a string of independent releases, Florrie has signed a global deal with Sony Music and is gearing up to release the new single ‘Too Young To Remember’ on March 8th.


Florrie has previously worked as pop powerhouse Xenomania’s in-house drummer, helping to create tracks for acts such as the Pet Shop Boys, Kylie Minogue and the almighty Pop Gods that are Girls Aloud.

She has been named “a future pop star” by the likes of radio DJs such as Huw Stevens and Annie Mac with Zane Lowe giving her title of “Future Star” and “Next Hype” on his BBC Radio 1 show. She’s even played AmityFest alongside our YouTube faves Zoella, Joe Sugg and Alfie Deyes as well as touring the world over, playing just Shanghai, Paris, Barcelona, Berlin, Hamburg and Madrid in 2014 alone.

And now she’s bringing her guitar infused electronica show home with a headline gig at London’s The Borderline. If you want tickets to Florrie’s gig you need to snap them up quick as the show is on the 29th January – just under three weeks away! Tickets are available here.

Check out the Seamus Haji remix of ‘Too Young To Remember’ below:

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