UK Artist of the Week: Flower Fellow

Flower Fellow, also known as Colette Olive, lives up to her name in every way possible. Although she may be young, she is a child of the ’70s at heart and her latest single “Madman” expresses just that. With its hippy-folk vibes and Colette’s hauntingly wise vocals, Flower Fellow has created a sound that fits perfectly with her personality and style.

“Madman” is an enchanting tale filled with flittering folk strings and a mesmerizing vocal from Colette. Her voice has the power of artists such as Florence and The Machine, but also manages to evoke the soft, tenderness of the likes of Lucy Rose and Marika Hackman.

Hailing from the outskirts of London, Colette grew up in a quiet town heavily influenced by a range of artists such as Stevie Nicks and Janis Joplin—as well as writers including Sylvia Plath and Virginia Woolf. She found inspiration from these authors and artists and then went on to attend the London Art College and begin her journey as an artist in her own right.This girl is going places, so you’d better watch this space.

“Madman” is out on September 4th via Circus City Records.

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