One of Bristol’s greatest gift’s to the world, no not Isambard Kingdom Brunel, Nik Kershaw, Roni Size, Substatic OR David Prowse, ex-Xenomania Drummer and songwriter Florrie, released her third EP at midnight last night.
Fittingly called ‘Late’ the EP hold four tracks which actually display a slightly more mature sound for the young singer. Still as catchy and infectious Pop as ever, but there’s a deep Disco element to some of these new tracks, and raucous dancefloor moments to others, that slips into Florrie’s style effortlessly. The EP kick off with ‘Shot You Down’ which exemplifies this, with it’s slick slap Funk bassline and pumping Disco beat sit easily side by side with Florrie’s energetic Pop. ‘I’m Gonna; Get You Back’ even works a little Drum ‘N’ Bass into it’s power Pop. ‘Every Inch’ is the most standard Pop on the EP, shining like a beacon of Florrie’s Xenomania roots. The EP’s final track, In The End’ might be , alongside ‘Shot You Down’, one of it’s standouts. Interesting quirky Pop, with one foot on the dancefloor and one foot in quirky Indie-Pop with a piano lead lending an epic quality which makes it work is the EP’s finale.
♫ Florrie – Shot You Down
♫ Florrie – To The End
Florrie’s ‘Late’ EP is out now.
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