FLØRE : Rise of the Romaniac Review
FLØRE is back with her second EP titled Rise of the Romaniac. The EP packs a punch with four songs, continues FLØRE’s journey of writing about broken love or dreaming of the universe, and addresses issues like mental health. FLØRE explains, “Depression is a serious disease which needs to be normalized and talked about cause nothing kills you like your own mind. And I’m so proud and feel so strong writing about mental health. For me, it feels like you will never get rid of a major depression. It’s about handling the demons and maybe even becoming friends with them.” She continues, “It’s okay to be not okay. It’s okay to be sad and to feel alone and to be weird.” Produced by Novaa, FLØRE is presenting an Alternative pop sound that will catch your attention.
“Don’t U Dare” has a dark vibe as FLØRE offers wild contrasts in texture and color in her voice. The song utilizes an evocative steady beat, while the subtle use of synths and guitars mesmerizes. With sections that present new sounds and densities, “Don’t U Dare” holds your attention throughout.
“Sick of Being Sad” shows FLØRE’s ability to vary her color and inflection in her voice, which makes her so attractive. The lyrics are probing, dramatic, discreetly positive, and non-formulaic. The song is a substantial conclusion to a beautifully engineered contemporary collection of songs that offers something for every musical taste.
Rise of the Romaniac is an EP offering delightful, vivacious, musically interesting, and aptly sung songs. This young tunesmith has a splendid feeling for melodies; when to indulge the spiky kind and when to suggest something consonant and smooth. Her music moves forward with purpose and rewards the listener with her energetic singing and energetic aura. Rise of the Romaniac will win her many friends with its catchy melodies and gorgeous sonics.
Rise of the Romaniac