New Audio: Fleurie’s Swooning “Sparks”

Fleurie is the solo recording project of Nashville, TN-based singer/songwriter Lauren Strahm and as Fleurie, Straham has developed a reputation for meshing a traditional singer/songwriter approach with contemporary electronic production to craft atmospheric pop. Now, if you’ve been frequenting JOVM over the past month, you may have come across a post on “Fire In My Bones,” the first single off Strahm’s forthcoming Arrows EP and that single paired atmospheric synths, propulsive and tribal drums with Strahm’s effortless vocals in a way that channels contemporary artists such as Phoebe Ryan, CAPPA, Chelsea Lankes and others.

The EP’s second and latest single “Sparks” will likely cement Strahm’s reputation for thoughtful, sincere and atmospheric pop as the song is comprised of propulsive, skittering percussion, soaring strings and cascading synths to create a song that swoons with the immediate and breathtaking realization that you’re desperately, hopelessly, foolishly in love.