Montreal based artist Laurence-Anne has shared new single ‘Flores’ today ahead of the release of her third studio album Oniromancie due out September 8 via Bonsound. The new album sees Laurence-Anne explore the many facets of the night, dreams and the imagination through hypnotic dream pop, coldwave. synth pop and experimental sung in English, French and Spanish.
New single ‘Flores’ is her second song to be written entirely in Spanish. Composed during the writing process for her previous album Musivision, ‘Flores’ instrumental framework exudes an aura of mystery through its layers of ethereal synthesi and prominent bass line. The lyrics are repeated like an incantation, giving the impression that Laurence-Anne is casting a white magic spell. They may be interpreted as a form of feminine empowerment, a reassuring inner voice that shrugs off male adversity. Flowers are presented as a metaphor for human beings, who are capable of concealing a powerful poison beneath their deceptive beauty.