Blending indie rock and synth pop into an atmospherically hooky sound, Flor is the project of vocalist Zachary Grace, bassist Dylan Bauld, guitarist McKinley Kitts, and drummer Kyle Hill. The band got its start in Hood River, Oregon, when Grace began experimenting with electronic music-making programs to create ear-catching synth sounds. Bauld built tracks around these snippets, turning them into songs that updated the sound of the '80s for the 21st century. After moving to Los Angeles, Flor connected with photographer/designer Jade Ehlers, who helped the band come up with distinctive visuals; meanwhile, Bauld established himself as a producer working with Flor, as well as artists like Halsey, Lights, Smallpools and Lostboycrow.
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Having introduced themselves at the start of 2017 year with a stunning debut track ‘Where No One Knows Your Name’ and quickly followed up by break-through track ‘The Heart’, Stereo Honey made it clear that they were here to lead the resurgence of soulful Indie guitar music, driven by the solid beats of Jake Black, accentuated by the intricate guitar soundscapes of Nicky Boiardi, guided by the grooves of bassist Ben Edwards and always framed by the stunning vocal delivery of singer Pete Restrick.
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The Deaf Institute
- 135 Grosvenor Street
- M1 7HE