Multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter and producer, Florrie releases her highly anticipated debut album, The Lost Ones. She also reveals the stunning new, unheard track, Looking For Love. Listen to the album here and watch the video for Looking For Love below.

The long-awaited 12-track album features previously released singles, Never Far From Paradise, Kissing In The Cold, Personal and the album title track, The Lost Ones. Speaking of the title of the album, Florrie said “I like that it’s the lost songs for people who have been following me for a while, but it is also about this period of feeling completely lost and me finding my way back to who I am.”

The Lost Ones is a stunning showcase of Florrie’s dedication to her craft and was predominantly written and produced by Florrie and Xenomania founder, Brian Higgins and also features a collaboration with hit-maker Takura Tendayi (Rihanna, Chase and Status). The album is the definition of a labour of love, with Florrie working closely with Brian and co-producer Ben Taylor. “Production-wise there is a lot going on, there are so many layers, and every single note has its own story to tell. There is nothing there that shouldn’t be there, and we wanted to do justice to the songs and take the records as far as we could. I spent a week in a studio out in LA recording live drums on the record. I’ve played on a lot of other peoples records but it felt really amazing to be playing on my own album, in a kind of ‘taking it back to where it all started’ way.”

Looking For Love combines Florrie’s emotive, story telling lyrics with an upbeat backing of unmistakable synths and her signature drums. “Am I looking for love in the wrong place?” Florrie sings in the rousing chorus, which is set to resonate with listeners due to its relatable story. The track is accompanied by the official video capturing Florrie’s recent adventure of touring across the US with Australian artist, G Flip. The video features both behind-the-scenes moments mixed together with incredible live performance clips from the tour, showcasing Florrie’s life on the road.

Fans won’t have to wait long to hear the tracks of The Lost Ones live, as Florrie gears up for a sold-out headline show at London’s Courtyard Theatre on 20th June before supporting Girls Aloud on their 5 O2 Arena London shows at the end of this month. To add to the excitement, Florrie has been confirmed as one of the F1 Tracks: Discovery artists that will be performing on the Main Stage at the British Grand Prix weekend at Silverstone on Thursday 4th July. F1 Tracks: Discovery is dedicated to championing new and emerging talent and will highlight the next generation of artists, supporting them on their journey by driving their music to Formula 1 fans. More information about the event is available here.

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