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Video Premiere: Florrie "Begging Me"


It's been a while since we last heard from Florrie, but that doesn't mean she has been sitting idle. The drummer turned pop singer (and Xenomania's latest darling) has been working on tracks for her forthcoming new EP that follows the guilt-free release of tracks like "Panic Attack," "Call 911" and "Gimme Your Love."

Check out the just-released video for her brand-spanking new single "Begging Me" to find out what kind of pop hotness she has been up to. The instantly catchy tune further defines what Florrie's distinct sound is all about - sleek and stylish pop dominated by dancefloor-savvy beats, a bouncy bass and Florrie's delicate vocals. "The rhythm and the bass up in my face, but you're blocking the floor," she sings, begging her lover to move out of the way and let her hit the dancefloor.

In a 2010 interview, Florrie explains what people can expect from her musically. "I've got different ideas. Different styles and ways to do it. I like to make music that people want to dance to. Obviously, I love beats, but I also like the raw sound that you get with a guitar. So it’s going to be a big mixture: Kind of a sixties, organic feel merged with modern pop beats and electronics." (Support new pop and download "Begging Me" on iTunes now.)

April 28, 2011 in Florrie | Permalink