London-based girl group FLO have released the acoustic video for their latest single, “Cardboard Box” today. In the video, the trio showcases their love for honeyed harmonies and rich emotion, fusing the classic old school R&B they still obsess over.
FLO’s fearless debut single, “Cardboard Box,” and official video captured the essence of a group at the helm of their music and visual identity. “Cardboard Box” is a staggering introduction to the world of FLO. The lyrics are harmonized over an immaculate MNEK production that fuses early 00s R&B, complete with irreplaceable-esque guitar figures and dancehall flavors. With an ethos of self-love, female empowerment and supporting women in music, FLO are poised to take the world by storm.
FLO’s origin story speaks to their name – it flowed. Stella spent the first few years of her life in Mozambique before moving to the UK aged five, and met Renée at school in London, where they bonded over their joint love of singing and were familiar with Jorja via social media. Jorja was born in Germany and grew up in Hertfordshire and was on her own musical journey, but it was a chance meeting at an audition where they all locked eyes: “I saw the girls and we screamed across the room. I knew from that moment we were about to start something big,” says Jorja.