German singer Flore addresses Filipino music fans with new single “Bad Medicine”

German singer Flore

The internet has made the world a smaller place with people connecting across all borders.

For German alternative pop singer Flore (pronounced as “Fleur”), she hopes her song “Bad Medicine”, which is her introduction to an Asian and Filipino audience, will connect due to its theme of hope in the midst of the crowd. toxicity.

“Bad Medicine”, which talks about a toxic relationship and tries to get out of it but isn’t sure because of what was invested in it, is available on Spotify and YouTube as well as other digital platforms .

“I write songs about relationships and their complexities, the intricacies of life, especially in this pandemic, and about sadness and depression,” said Flore who revealed she had been bullied in her youth and that she had grown up lonely.

“In my songs I want to communicate with people that it’s okay to be different and not fit in because there will always be people who love what you do for yourself and your art. encourages them to be different and to do their art.

And looking at the young German lady, she is wrapped in black like a gothic girl while her hair is half colored in black and pink.

Flore laughed at the statement then happily admitted, “I’m a Swiftie.”

“I’m a Swiftie,” she said of her adoration for Taylor Swift. “She inspired me to learn to play the guitar and to sing.”

More than Swift, Flore’s music is something for fans of Phoebe Bridgers, Hayley Williams and Lorde. It hits the same notes and heart strings.

And the girl has now blossomed into a pretty “gothic swan”.

She laughs once more. “I haven’t always been like this.

Music obviously helped build her self-confidence. She recently performed on Amazon live but will be making her first live performance. Something she admits that she feels nervous.

“But that’s what we live for, isn’t it,” said the 25-year-old German lady.

Since her debut in 2018, Flore has impressed all over Europe and has been part of Spotify’s RADAR program and is now featured in popular playlists in 20 countries.

“I grew up in a small town in Germany – Iserlohn – a hilly and wooded area,” Flore explained. “I still live there. I was bullied when I was young and didn’t have too many friends.

By reading books and watching TV shows and movies in English, she learned to speak English very well. And that has helped her a lot to come out of her shell to come out and become a performer.

“As the world continues to fight covid, it gets better in some ways. When it’s much better, I can’t wait to perform in the Philippines and Asia. I just want to experience new things and new things. cultures and make music while doing it.

Now that’s a good medicine.

Expect Flore’s debut album to be released soon.

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