Florrie: Ones to Watch 2011.

I miss Girls Aloud. I miss everything about them. Even Nadine (bitch). They were, sadly in the past tense, everything good about the last decade of pop music. Xenomania, the production masterminds behind all of their songs, pushed pop boundries whether weaving three chorus’ together on Biology or the ludicrous, nonsense lyrics of Love Machine they never put a foot wrong. Now Florrie was Xenomania’s house drummer, top marks for her work on the key change in The Promise, and now she’s doing her own thing backed by the best writers in British pop. Not only that but she’s giving away all her stuff for free on her website. Win. Beautiful italo-disco remixes from Fred Falke, fiesty surf guitars on Call Of The Wild and the Call The Shots-esque heartbreak disco of Left Too Late. Girls Aloud’s memory will live on, brings a tear to my eye.



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