Fleurie’s Love and War is best and most consistently described as cinematic, and coming off of the coattails of her last EP Arrows, we can see why.
While her last album offered brightly colored sounds layered in synth, Love and War‘s notes offer a little bit more depth and texture. The orchestral soundscape pairs perfectly with her stark raw vocals and is one of the reasons Fleurie has landed a spot on our list.
It is both haunting and heavenly, expressing the extremes of between love and war in sonic sound.
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