Every once in a while — and especially in the later stages of the summer — a haunting waltz feels necessary to the blood. A reminder of calm amidst the calamity that is summer. What London singer-songwriter Flower Fellow provides is more than haunting, it is delicate, but occasionally piercing, ribbons of sound.
With a voice reminiscent of Florence Welch, the seventeen-year-old Colette Olive forges her way over rhythmic strumming and atmospheric strings. Lyrically, the song feels evolved and plays with poetry and ambiance rather than story, separating Flower Fellow from the tendencies of other young singer-songwriters. Despite the simplicity of few instruments, the track is layered with depth that could be returned to again and again.