Posts Tagged ‘Fleurie’

August 15, 2017

When I think of a hurricane, I normally picture something tumultuous, a helter skelter whirlwind of dizzying chaos and noise. That’s not how Nashville pop sensation Fleurie envisions it. Her new single, Hurricane, is a transfixing dose of understated pop. It tugs at the deepest heart strings with its soft tender keys, pensive pacing drums, and Fleurie’s pristine vocals. The sorrowful ballad is more a storm within the heart, ready to break free, than one in the world around us. There’s such beauty in its sadness, yet such formidable power, too. Hurricane reminds me of my favorite down tempo yet orchestral lush Sia tracks, like Breathe Me, but paired with A Fine Frenzy’s gently stirring ballads. Hurricane is out now on iTunes, here.

December 7, 2016

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December 6, 2016

Fire In My Bones was the very first of several Fleurie songs IHM exuberantly shared over the past year, and since I’m still so utterly enraptured by the regal sweeping, grand tempestuous beauty, it’s only proper that we re-visit it now that the Nashville talent has unleashed a video accompaniment. This glacial haunting, cinematic gilded electronic pop aria is still as thoroughly spellbinding as the very first day I heard it, and its stunning music video is the perfect windswept haunting, dramaticaly mesmerizing visual companion. Fire In My Bones’ video is the fourth released from her critically acclaimed EP, Arrows, available from iTunes

September 6, 2016

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September 3, 2016

Nashville alt artist Fleurie just announced the release of her new album Love And War, and we’ll be able to get our hands on it on September 19th via all digital outlets. While we’ve partook in a few of the songs off the 8 track album together already, let’s celebrate the news by diving into Soldier, a song which was used in the international film trailer for Concussion starring Will Smith. This magical beauty is smoky majestic and cinematic intense despite its delicate beginnings, an underlying melancholy, and Fleurie’s gorgeously sooty voice. Soldier builds grandiosely with pummeling beats and battle ready stoutness. In addition to releasing Love And War, Fleurie will also be supporting hip hop artist NF on tour this fall. Listen to the rest of the songs revealed so far off Love And War on Soundcloud.

May 22, 2016

Nashville has always been a hot bed of musical genius, but I feel as if there’s been a recent surge in talent this past year, considering the number of must listen bands and artists I’ve been featuring lately here on IHM. Lauren Strahm continues to whisk us away with her beautiful alt pop

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with new reveal Breathe, a crystalline gem with heart stopping vocals that dart sharply through a breathtaking atmosphere which slowly builds into jaw dropping regal magnificence. Breathe is as glorious riveting as they come. No wonder the cinematic titan has been featured in the season three finale of CW’s The Originals. Breathe is available now on iTunes.

December 17, 2015

Nashville electropop artist Fleurie goes dark and cinematic on new single Sirens. And by cinematic, I mean orchestral levels of exquisite beauty. Sirens is an intense pop listen, with a Lana Del Rey like glamorously melancholic and transcendental beauty. Sirens is a song about heartache and loss, and its reeling poignancy and anguish manifest with power. Sirens is a haunting song, and quite possibly one of Fleurie’s best.

September 5, 2015

Fleurie released her Arrows EP today, a gorgeous five track montage of enchanting electronic pop that’s been years in the making. While I’ve already shared several of the beauties off the release, let’s visit the second track from the EP today, named Wildwood. Fleurie’s effortlessly soothing vocals glide like a gentle breeze over the song’s bittersweet hued elegance. Wildwood is a graceful song that twinkles and sparkles with softly forlorn heartache. Visit the Arrows EP in full on Soundcloud, and then purchase it on iTunes.

September 2, 2015

Fleurie’s new song Still Your Girl begins with the hushed, bewitching melancholy of Imogen Heap’s music, a sure fire way to reel me in instantaneously. Then the Nashville based singer songwriter’s heavenly voice sinks in delicately, and then the song’s soft strings and its peaceful serenity combust and explode into colorful vibrancy and digital, slicing synth splendor. It’s an eye widening, ear perking experience of magnificence, especially the first time around. Sophisticated and bold but still elegantly majestic, Still Your Girl confidently showcases Fleurie’s unique and impressive style. It’s some of the most beautiful, cinematic pop music to emerge of late. Fleurie’s Arrows EP will be out September 4th. Pre-order on iTunes.

August 22, 2015

One of several recent new talents based in Nashville that I’m much fixated with is an enchanting songstress named Fleurie, originally from Michigan. The indie pop artist revealed a new single yesterday named Sparks, the second track from Fleurie’s upcoming EP, Arrows, out September 4th. Sparks is certainly an igniting spark of gorgeously stringy synthpop. You can literally feel the passionate love pouring through from the elegant song, which flutters and twinkles, taking flight like a graceful bird. Sparks is a prime choice to listen to the next time you’re hanging with your beau or bae while gazing affectionately into each others eyes. You can pre-order Fleurie’s Arrows EP on iTunes.