Alt Band Flor Unleash Infectious New Love Song “Tethered”

Surprise, surprise, another flor love song

Hood River, Oregon alt-pop darlings, flor, release the next in their line of recent singles with “Tethered.” Since their genesis, the band has had a penchant for oscillating between angstier, dialed up tracks and tender-hearted love songs. Today’s release is the latter, seeing the band unfold yet another of the endless layers of loving someone.

“Surprise, surprise, another flor love song,” says vocalist Zach Grace. “It’s a good thing love has so many facets to discover and explore or else I wouldn’t have anything to write about. I love the imagery of being connected by a link, invisible or otherwise, to the person who is made for you. How every life and every timeline couldn’t separate you from the person you are meant to be with. It’s a comforting thought to me.”

flor finds light in the promise of a new day. The Hood River, OR trio—Zach Grace (vocals, guitar), Dylan Bauld (bass), and Kyle Hill (drums)—excavate unshakable melodies from jubilant synths, buoyant beats, and lush guitars as they relay a coming-of-age story all their own. 

The story began as high school kids playing in a garage. The band quietly generated hundreds of millions of streams in the wake of their 2016 debut come out. you’re hiding. In 2019, ley lines only accelerated their momentum buoyed by tracks including “white noise,” “slow motion,” and “dancing around.” Critical acclaim followed from NYLON, Billboard, Paste, and Ones To Watch who hailed the album as “an exhilarating balancing act.” 

Are you vibing with flor’s latest “Tethered”?

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