Posts Tagged ‘FLETCHER’

October 2, 2017

We’ve been in love with now Los Angeles based New York starlet FLETCHER since she made her debut over two years ago, and it’s been a pleasure watching her career flourish. Though her last single Wasted Youth came out early this year, we still can’t get enough of its infectious pop. That’s not to say we haven’t been ravenous for a new tune from Cari Fletcher, who released her debut EP Finding Fletcher a full year ago. It’s with great pleasure that we find ourselves falling hard for new single You Should Talk, a melodic crisp, dulcet chiming electro pop ballad that’s just as ravishing as ever. The misty posh, bittersweet affecting aria and FLETCHER’s other releases can all be found on iTunes, here.

March 9, 2017

New York’s Fletcher has without a doubt been a favorite blooming pop superstar here at I Heart Moosiq for the past year. She holds on to that crown tightly with her unforgettable single Wasted Youth, a track off her 2016 EP Finding Fletcher. Just the song’s title in itself evokes tragedy and woe. Our hearts were ready for a pop pummeling even before the first time we dove into Wasted Youth’s mellifluous swelling flourishes. The singer songwriter channels the honeyed charm of Lana Del Rey, the dusky allure of XYLØ, and the immense hooks of Transviolet on her electro tinged dazzler, but there’s no mistaking the whole to be anything else but brightly blazing and iridescent dashing FLETCHER. A new music video arrived this week for Wasted Youth, and it tells a vivid and moving love story to crushing and heartrending effect. The video’s eloquence feels honest, its portrayal is more than intimate. It’s a powerful aphrodisiac that goes hand in hand with tenderly affecting lyrics like “it’s my life, if I’m gonna waste it, gonna waste it on you”. Fletcher’s Finding Fletcher EP can be purchased from iTunes.

June 28, 2016

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June 25, 2016

It’s incredible how quickly times flies when measured in music, and I can’t believe it’s already been a year since IHM first stumbled upon a New York starlet named FLETCHER, who proceeded to sweep us off our feet with her electronic pop songs. While singles like War Paint and Live Young Die Free still enrapture me constantly, it’s impossible not to set aside some space in our full hearts for new song Avalanche, too. This avalanche is a flurry of regal marching beats and ardent soaring vocals. FLETCHER gives us one of her folksiest performances on the high flying ballad, and her crystal flawless voice is simply stunning. Avalanche will be on Fletcher’s forthcoming debut EP, Finding Fletcher. 

March 27, 2016

FLETCHER’s Live Young Die Free is a grand and stately pop hit, one that’s massively empowering with its tribal drumming and inspiring lyrics. Los Angeles based production duo Instant Karma gives the track an instantly uplifting makeover, crafting a remix perfect for the upcoming summer months here in California. Get ready to prance around in euphoria on a sandy beach to this tropical dance remix, its bouncy drums and electro luminosity full of chirpy warmth and carefree mirth. If you haven’t started your summer playlist yet, make Instant Karma’s remix of LYDF your opening track. There can’t be a better way to kick it off. Download the remix for free, here.

November 20, 2015

It feels like FLETCHER swooped onto the pop scene ages ago, because her debut song War Paint was such a fantastic slice of sugary pop that it left me waiting and wondering when we’d hear from her again on a near daily basis. Finally, the East Coast based artist, who’s impressively crafting a burgeoning music career while a full time college student, has dropped an epic new song. Like War Paint, Live Young Die Free is an eruption of majestic grandeur, a bold and invigorating tribal drumming anthem that will leave you feeling like you can face anything in the world. Live Young Die Free may very well be a new version of long tired out YOLO. Toss doubt into the wind and go for your dreams, it’s go hard or go home. Live Young Die Free is more than worth the excruciating wait since War Paint, and it’s proof positive that FLETCHER is going to be the next huge thing in pop. It’s just a matter of time before the world catches on. Live Young Die Free was written with R. City, also known for breakout hit Locked Away, featuring Adam Levine, and for radio hits for both Miley Cyrus and Rihanna. Come Friday, Spotify’s #NMF (New Music Friday) will be featuring LYDF as their top track of the day. If you happen to catch this post before then, consider yourself one of the lucky ones with early bragging rights when your friends are all obsessing over this song. While we’re here, let’s revisit War Paint below, and continue to bask in the infectious pop splendor of FLETCHER.

August 31, 2015

I’ve been eagerly awaiting a second song from New Jersey pop newcomer FLETCHER since her enchanting, sensational debut single War Paint earlier this summer. It’s saccharine melody, tribal percussion, and lofty spirit is so wonderfully addicting and contagious, reminding me of Ryn Weaver and Foxes. While I continue to wait, I’m more than happy to raise my hands in joy and prance around in euphoria to a magnificently radiant remix by Vancouver production act Young Bombs, who capitalize on the original’s bubbly energy and expand it into a kaleidoscopic, vivid flurry of indie dance extravagance. It’s an uplifting remix the calls for the most colorful war paint and the most massively triumphant celebration. It’ll make you feel like you can overcome anything. Free download, here.

June 18, 2015

With a name like War Paint, you’d expect this song to be a thunderous, bold, and fierce listen. Sure enough, FLETCHER’s debut begins with some loud, booming tribal drums and sharply slicing vocals. However, the song soon thrusts itself into sugary, delicious pop regions with its hooking, sing along ready melody and a bubbly, clattery atmosphere. War Paint is a gripping debut, a fantastic alt meets electro pop tune that reminds me of acts like Ryn Weaver and Foxes. War Paint even swings into some folksy territory with its jangly strings. You won’t be able to resist this passionate, powerful one, and it leaves me giddy with excitement over this newcomer from New Jersey. War Paint will be on FLETCHER’S forthcoming Finding Fletcher EP. 

March 13, 2015

For awhile we were flooded with endless female pop talent on the new music front, but I’ve noticed that things have quieted down just a tad bit. Bucking that trend is a New Yorker named Fletcher. Her catchy debut single Over My Head carries both the light and dark sides of electropop, starting off rather haunting and edgy, like Banks, before taking on a gleaming glow and sugary gloss, like Tove Lo. Over My Head is an addicting and melodic first taste from the intriguing new talent, who might be familiar to fans of The X Factor.