Album Review: Flora Cash – Nothing Lasts Forever (And It's Fine)

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Album Review: Flora Cash – Nothing Lasts Forever (And It's Fine)
Artist Name:
Flora Cash
Album Name:
Nothing Lasts Forever (And It's Fine)
Release Type:
Album
Release Date:
Record Label: Label Location:
Stockholm
Review Author: Review Date:
EM Review Rating:
9.0

To understand Flora Cash, you must first understand the story behind their music. The duo are living out a modern day love story through their music, which is a mix of melancholy and the deepest human emotions. The two met on Soundcloud and instantly connected, with a love that couldn't have been held back even by the farthest reaches of the interwebs. In their typical songwriting style, Nothing Lasts Forever (And It's Fine) deals with a delicate interlay of feelings, sorrow and elation all rolled into one. 

Shpresa Lleshaj and Cole Randall released their debut album on April 21st after a series of singles. And their initial effort just flows, with each song connecting effortlessly to the next. Their music can remind you of a rainy day, where you gaze out of a foggy window mired in introspection. The music is as delicate and fragile as the core values the two write for, truth, beauty and living for the moment in a modern world where everything is taken for granted. Focal tracks include "California," title track "Nothing Lasts Forever (And It's Fine)," and "Sadness Is Taking Over." 

 

Categories:
Indie

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