Sound-ful Wednesday: Florrie

Florence Ellen Arnold  is an English drummer, singer-songwriter and model; however, she goes by the name of Florrie  when she’s working.  

Her sound? Definitely electrpop music with some synthpop along the way but from time to time there’s a glimpse of a rock vibe and a little bit of edginess to her sound like as you can hear  in the song “Live A Little

Lorrie started as an independent artist  but then became the drummer of the houseband of Xenomania. After that, during the year 2010, she released a free download through her official site of “Call 911(Fred Flak Remix). Since then, she kept on releasing several remixes of “Call 911” and a number of other original tracks, such as “Panic Attack” and “You Wanna Start Something“.

Then on November 2010, Florrie did an independent released of her debut EP Introduction, then on the year 2011 she released her second EP Experiments. This last EP was followed by another EP, Late, released on the year 2012.


After a number of independent releases, Florrie signed to Sony Music in early 2013. In February 2014, Florrie announced her first major label release, the Sirens EP.

In January 2015, Florrie announced her first single proper on Sony, “Too Young To Remember” and a partnership was revealed with clothing retailer H&M that saw her become the face of their H&M Loves Music collection, with a tie-in to the single.

As of February 2016, you can enjoy her latest project, Real Love.


Until next time,



One thought on “Sound-ful Wednesday: Florrie

  1. Hey! Thank you for letting us know about Florrie, I don’t think I had ever heard of her before. By the law, I nominated you for the Liebster Award. You can read the post on my blog and I look forward to reading your post!


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