Florist Mourns Amidst Nature In 'Glowing Brightly'

Hear the mournful yet tranquil second single from the Brooklyn synth-folk band's forthcoming album, If Blue Could Be Happiness.
Florist's If Blue Could Be Happiness comes out Sept. 29. Source: Courtesy of the artist

In a chaotic world stuffed with stimulation, offers a respite. Formed by singer and songwriter Emily Sprague, the Brooklyn-based band make gentle synth-folk music that, pared down to the textural and emotional essentials,

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