FLORA

ISRAEL

FLORA

Flora's unique sound, is composed by looping vintage keyboards, live minimal beats, and the use of her own voice as an instrument, to create a tasty blend of female indie-pop. Or as someone once put it - "an electro- Joni Mitchell".

« Powerful and delicate voice with warm and psychedelic colours with simplicity, she makes the soul peaceful and remove the stress inside you » - Rock ur life (FR)
 
« Here is a girl that does it all, that silenced a room of first time listener’s, leaving them delicately heartbroken, and begging for more… » - Dingus (US)
 
« There is a purity and subtly within the songs while keeping it danceable, but also gaining closer access to the sensitivity of an anxious girl. »  - Scatterbrain (KR)
« A voice worth dying for or at least to fall in love with » Pnay plus (ISR)
 
« Her album starts with an irresistible beginning, the song Everything is here starts with a crawling synthesizer and claps, them comes the electric piano with a smell of burning onions it plays a simple and undefeated bass line, and then she sings “stay after midnight… don’t tell nobody… few notes, six words and we’re deep inside a delighting film noir » - Haaretz (ISR)

 
Flora (aka Liron Meshulam) is a singer-songwriter, composer and producer from Tel Aviv. Flora’s unique sound, is composed by looping vintage keyboards, live minimal beats, and the use of her own voice as an instrument, to create a tasty blend of female indie-pop.
She played her solo electronic shows all around the world, across Israel, France, Germany, Poland, Italy, also in London, New York, Tokyo, Seoul...
In March 2015, she opened the Asaf Avidan’s European spring tour. She was also part of his band for two years, playing keyboard and singing. They played more than 150 shows around the world for over 500,000 people.
Flora released two albums, Happy today (2010) and Everything is here (2014). Both got warm response from the audience and the media.
After a Residency at Cite Des Art Paris, a scholarship she won from the French Institute to work on her music, Flora has released her third album מקום - Makom (2017), the first in her native tongue, Hebrew. She’s touring solo as she used to do but also with her new band which includes the drummer Shahar Haziza, the bass Player Gai Sherf and the guitarist Kfir Sarid.


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