Florrie’s ‘Sirens’ EP: Preview The Three Tracks

Robbie Daw | February 20, 2014 7:49 am

The coming (hopefully warmer) months will see EP releases from Erik Hassle and Betty Who, and now Florrie has thrown her hat into the ring. When the Bristol, England, songstress first piqued our curiosity four years ago, she had yet to release Introduction. Three EPs (but, surprisingly, still no album) later, the 25-year-old is prepping Sirens for a spring release.

The bad news: There will only be three tracks. The good news: Each of those songs will be accompanied by music videos, clips of which you can catch in the preview video above. Florrie (real name: Florence Arnold) asks very nicely that you subscribe to her YouTube channel so you can see the videos as soon as they premiere.

Judging by the clips above, “Sirens” sounds quite lovely, in a power-pop, ’90s-drum-pattern kind of way. But that “here I am, I sing the verse, sing the verse / upside down, it’s in reverse, in reverse” hook in the third track is pretty addictive, as well.

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