Figments of Love
After watching a mutual friend go through the trauma of leaving an emotionally abusive relationship, Flora Falls asked the question, what makes a person stay? There is a deep internal struggle when you know a relationship is dysfunctional, but you continue to recognise and experience moments of beauty, vulnerability and tenderness...the figments of love.
The release was accompanied by a monologue written by Lainey Molloy using the stories of people who had experienced abusive relationship. Watch here.
Where the Grass
Where the Grass Grows High was inspired by the realisation that life can easily get in the way of what’s important. Amidst our busy lives we need to be intentional about putting time and effort into the relationships we value, and prioritise adventures into the wild where nothing can disturb you.
Featured on Spotify's editorial playlist Van Life.
'Wake up' is the debut single from Flora Falls. The song blends Brea Robertson (AUS) and Dominique Fricot's (CAN) unique, powerful voices as they tell a story of dwindling love. The delicate harmonies and minimal instrumentation take listeners on a journey through memory, love and longing.
Wake Up' was chosen as Indie Folk Central's Song of the Week and featured in Indie Folk Central's Beautiful Calmness playlist. The renowned music blog Conversations About Her also posted about the release, writing that 'emotional single’s meaningful lyrics are set to capture your heart straight away'.