Single Review – Florrie – Free Falling

Florrie returns with a follow up EP to her previous synthpop efforts entitled Sirens which is out on April 27th. The London based Bristolian’s most recent single from this EP is ‘Free Falling’. The song opens with electronic bursts from the synths with sharp and snappy drum samples intervening between each. She starts her vocal with a more solid raw sound that is echoed with the effect of feeding back into the dance like synth movements. She then goes on to a robotic and isolated vocal of the repeated ‘sing the verse, in reverse’ lyric. She also goes on to a more powerful, full harmonious sound with her vocal too. She has taken a slight turn away from Synthpop and a nod towards more dance orientated elements instead. I’m not entirely sure she’s found her feet there yet but the track does have it’s hook filled moments but moments are all they are so far. You have to applaud her trying to progress her sound but whether this was in the right direction or not, I’m not so sure.

Image from www.apelzin.ru

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