The Flavr Blue Premiere New Album 'Blue Dream,' Discuss Project & How Trump is 'Deceitful'
publish date: 2017-10-25
The genre-bending played through with ease on Seattle's electronic trio The Flavr Blue's vibey sophomore album, Blue Dream (due Oct. 27). With metallic alternative sounds blending against rap lyrics, their memorable R&B rhythms blare out unexpectedly on their forthcoming self-produced project. Still, the eclectic emerald city crew is aiming high with the release of Blue Dream and inked a few socially conscious records, and soon-to-be mainstream pop choruses, including their leading tune, "Top Down."
The Flavr Blue's vibrantly unique soundscapes have earned viral praise since their 2012 debut, Pisces, with distinguished EPs Bright Vices and Love Notes to follow. Musicians Hollis, Lace and Parker's charismatics are among the few standing male/female acts to hit airwaves from the west -- and they are excited to share their first-ever LA-based body of work. The breakdowns on Blue Dream prove this LP as their most danceable, with the upcoming summery bass-filled single, "My Vice," in the forefront.