Fleur Rouge has steered away from the bluesy, upbeat soul of her debut single ‘Growing Pains‘ and now demonstrates a more chilling side to her sound on ‘HYPE’, seeing her skittish and spooktastic vocal driving a jack-in-the-box sound of frosty electronics and dark, offbeat percussion. Set for release on October 30th.
With a lot of time to reflect and overthink during lockdown, Fleur found herself spending a lot of her time on social media, almost always glued to her phone. Using this as inspiration, Fleur used this negative and turned it into a positive.
A song to help spread awareness of how dependent we have become on technology/our phones, even more so thanks to Covid 19. ‘HYPE‘ explores the idea that whilst many people think they might be lost without their devices, it’s always worth thinking about, and the effects of constant scrolling can have on our mental health.
New to the Manchester scene she has come out of the gates strong with her hit debut single ‘Growing Pains’. Nostalgic lament juxtaposed with upbeat and shimmering pop production. From this, she has already been noticed as an incredibly talented artist.
Coming from a mixed background with a French Mother and English Father, Fleur Rouge has been praised time and again for her vocal agility. This allows her to create songs that never sound the same. Her talent has already caught the attention of BBC Introducing, who were quick to start supporting her.
This brand new track allows us to see the full range of her beautiful Lana Del Rey-esque voice. On top of this, her vocals have been intertwined with a twitch pop production creating a fully immersive listening experience.
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