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Listen To This: What You Doing This For??

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Girls named Flo really know how to bring it!!!

Like the similarly-named Florence & The Machine, drummer turned solo artist Florrie is hard to pigeonhole.

Produced by and signed to Xenomania, the brilliant songwriting and production team behind all of Girls Aloud's hits, Florrie's music doesn't easily fit into just one genre. And, for lack of a better description, it's just damn cool!

We've been listening her A LOT since we first posted about her earlier this summer.

Check out another song of hers we really love, Give Me Your Love, above!

Then CLICK HERE to listen to more music from Florrie!!!!

Sooo bitchin'!

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5 comments to “Listen To This: What You Doing This For??”



  1. 1

    Bland. Typical. Boring.



  2. 2

    loooooove her!!! can't stop listening to her music :D



  3. 3

    sick of this…uhhhh play the whole drumset… I'm a girl… I sing… and play drums.. at the same time.. 3-4 nights a week… quit hitting a floor tom or a couple of drums in front of you while a guy does the actual work in the background.. lord this is annoying… go find some good music… thank goodness for bands like the black keys…



  4. 4

    Fantastic talent. Great drummer,fantastic voice, cool tunes. We need more,more,more



  5. 5

    Linzdrum - you're welcome to your opinions, no matter how puerile. Before you sound off - do a bit of checking. She was house drummer at Xenomania on of the UK's top production houses. She's drummed on four or five hit singles, before starting to write and sing. Check out You Tube. It isn't rock - it's pop - and it's brilliant. By the way, what do you do that's worth a second of my thoughts?