Romance is as Disposable as Fashion in Florrie’s “Real Love”
English pop singer Florrie has been nestling in the pop territory in the past few years – her 2014 single, “Little White Lies” acquired a bulk of views for her snazzy taste of fashion and alluringly mellow vocals. Her latest music video “Real Love” is a lookbook of ritzy couple outfits that portrays the glamorous side of romance, but ends with a dooming undertone.
Beneath the layers of glossy silk robes and fur, there is a hint of disposability that the couple’s chemistry emits. You can see milliseconds of Florrie exasperated or frowning as her on-set boyfriend tries to take the perfect Kodak-ad-like snap of her. “If you’re the only one I want / I want, I want real love” yearns Florrie over a glistening layer of fluttering beats and echoing oohhs. Florrie wil be performing in Lillestrøm Kulturpub in Lillestrøm, Norway on February 20 and is planning to release an album this year. Btw, we spotted the same stripe turtleneck with shorts and sleek bun style from “Real Love” in Urban Cone’s “Sadness Disease” – this is a fashion doppelgänger moment:
Fashion’s universal ya’ll!