2018-08-31T11:42:14-04:00 2018-09-01T00:46:15-04:00

Fleurt's "Talk Me Down" bursts with raw pop potential

Fleurt's "Talk Me Down" is a track that bursts with potential, a modern girl lost in the Brooklyn sad boi band scene. Fleurt, AKA Alessandra Licul, is a Queens native who cites The Bronte Sisters and Marina and The Diamonds as her greatest influences. A life-defining musical theatre phase brought her into the music business, as she gears to release her debut EP, You Up?, this fall. 

"Talk Me Down" is the story of a painful break-up that depicts conflicting emotions set to a bouncy beat and poppy melody reminiscent of The 1975. She aims to emulate Robyn with her 80's synth lines, powerful bass hits, and strong 808s on the single. Fleurt has two more singles slated for release in the coming months and it will be intriguing to see where this potential takes her. 

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