Florrie Debuts Dreamy, Plastic Bag-Filled Video For “Little White Lies”: Watch

Bradley Stern | July 8, 2014 8:00 am

Do you ever feel like a plastic bag? Sure, Katy Perry does sometimes — but so does Florrie.

After releasing several mixtapes and free tracks over the past few years, the UK pop starlet-on-the-rise is finally making her major label debut with her new single “Little White Lies,” a dreamy, devastating slice of electro-pop clearly crafted in the hallowed cottage halls of almighty UK pop production troupe, Xenomania.

The accompanying visual, which just dropped yesterday, sees the singer-songwriter dreamily cooing her track while sitting in the middle of a field, eventually breaking into what she knows best: Drumming! (As the in-house drummer for Xenomania’s band, Florrie’s had a hand in playing on tunes for the likes of Girls Aloud, Kylie Minogue and The Pet Shop Boys.) Watch the video and/or recycling PSA up top, and continue reading about the video below.

Plastic bags soon come swirling out from the sky (okay sure, why not?) as Florrie keeps pounding away at her drum kit. Later on, we follow the songstress inside a small church with her band, as even more colorful plastic bags start filling up the space, lining the walls like stained glass.

Are they supposed to represent little white lies? If so, they’re awfully pretty little liars.

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