Nieuwe single Florence Arman – “Good Girls”

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After a career as a songwriter for The Kooks, Rhys Lewis and Crystal Fighters, singer Florence Arman, who moved to Austria, is fully engaged in her solo career. Last year we were already able to see her indie pop songs during the support act for Daði Freyr in De Roma, she had a place on the Lowlands line-up and last January she performed at the renowned showcase festival Eurosonic in Groningen. So it all looks rosy for Arman and that translates into rosy tunes with sometimes less cheerful lyrics. Later this year we can expect a new EP, of which we previously received the love-discovery “Friends” and the somewhat existential crisis on “Hello Florence, How Are You”. Now we hear a cheerful sounding, but emotionally stimulating song with “Good Girls”.

Paired with a video clip about a relationship with ‘trash’, Florence Arman on “Good Girls” sings about a relationship with someone she didn’t really want to fall for and who is therefore not worthy of her. The fact that the singer describes the life of a millennial in her songs ensures that many can identify with her music and it all feels recognizable. She starts “Good Girls” on a quiet drum beat, accompanied by a matching bass. The chorus is announced with a few twinkling sounds, in which the electric guitar makes its advance. In terms of vocals, Arman sticks to the same notes and we get a monotonous, high-pitched vocals without any real outbursts or true screams. As a simple, fun pop single with no real surprises, “Good Girls” seems to continue the trend of her previous songs.

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