Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Hip Hop, Indie, Pop


Sounds like

Hiatus Kaiyote, Little Dragon, Noname, Woo Park


band members

Millie Khalu Toby Young Michael Ellul Justin Parslow


Influences

Hiatus Kaiyote, Little Dragon, Noname, Woo Park


Bio

Since their debut in late 2017, L. Flora have been blending dreamy keys and luscious guitar tones, displaced drum beats and honeyed vocals - jumping from the smooth and enchanting melodies of neo-soul to RnB-inspired lyrical flows.

Mid 2018, saw the release of their debut, self-titled album off the back of their first two singles.

Alluring souls with their good-vibes and mesmerising new tunes, L. Flora found themselves supporting artists such as Rafiq Bhatia (US), Phantastic Ferniture and Clea, as well as landing festival spots at Jungle Love (2018), Mountain Goat Valley Crawl (2019), Super Sounds (2019) & Hidden Lanes (2019).

At the end of 2019 the band followed up their debut album with the sweeping track, 'Bigger It Gets'.

Now fronting their new EP 'Heavenly' (Out March 12), the single 'Poison Ivy' coils up tightly into a warm yet suspenseful track with fluttering jazz guitar, swelling keys, spiralling saxophone and hopscotching grooves from the drums and pads.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

27 Apr 2021

Triple J
35

Feeling this wandering groove with the splashy drums and nimble-fingered keys.

Feeling this wandering groove with the splashy drums and nimble-fingered keys.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

16 Feb 2021

Triple J
40

an sun setting type soulful jam which has more style in it than the line for the cool bar that you can never get into.

an sun setting type soulful jam which has more style in it than the line for the cool bar that you can never get into.

Review

Review by Bridie Tanner Bridie Tanner

11 Feb 2021

Triple J
50

My first five star review! Tight, wavy & exciting. Keep it coming L. Flora!

My first five star review! Tight, wavy & exciting. Keep it coming L. Flora!