K.Flay has an amazing EP out called Crush Me.
You owe it to yourself to add it to your collection.
K. Flay is the nomme de geure of Kristine Meredith Flaherty, she is an alumna of Stanford University in California, where she graduated with degrees in psychology and sociology.
Flaherty herself describes her sound as “genre-defying”, and draws from lo-fi pop and hip hop influences with a strong indie component. This lack of genre lends itself well to touring and collaborating with diverse artists, but also led her to conflict within a major label.
But back to that amazing EP. You have to hear it.
So let’s get to it.
This is the first track on the EP, with a brilliant dramatic video. The unflinching drama of the backing drums emphasize K.Flay’s awesome vocals.
Blood in the Cut
Music video by K.Flay performing Blood In The Cut.
(C) 2016 Interscope Records (Night Street Records)
Also from the Crush Me EP, this one is not as dark as the first track. It lives up to the title and moves along a little dreamlike. I’m really diggin’ it.
Here’s an earlier song from her first album. Another cool video, some great beats and a sick song. Awesome.
Make Me Fade
directed by ben fee
This has to be one of her earliest tracks, very impressive. How have I missed out so long, this is one really talented young lady. She has to be huge in the not too distant future.
shot & edited by: mariana blanco
dp by: ben miller
Just to keep you all happy, we’ll end with a brilliant live appearance on Audiotree. This should keep you enthralled for a while.