Florrie is a British musician and model. Born Florence Arnold, Florrie first emerged in the music industry as the house drummer of Xenomania, a collective best known for their work with Girls Aloud, the Sugababes, and Kylie Minogue. After a few years as a background player for them, the Introduction EP was released for free on her website in 2010, and the Experiments and Late EP's followed in the coming years. All three were self-released by Florrie herself, which was a conscious effort on her part; right before the release of Late in 2012, she announced her intention to finally sign with a label. Her first, full-length studio album is expected sometime in 2013.Discography:
- Introduction EP (2010)
- Experiments EP (2011)
- Late EP (2012)
- Sirens EP (2014)
Florrie provide examples of:
- Ascended Extra: Florrie was originally the house drummer for Girls Aloud hitmakers Xenomania, but now records with them under their label.
- Black Bra and Panties: In the video for "I Took a Little Something".
- Cover Version: Did one of Blondie's "Sunday Girl" for an advert.
- Dream Team: Florrie has worked with her Spiritual Predecessor Annie; "To the End" was co-written with her.
- '80s Hair: Sports this on the ''Introduction'' cover.
- Gay Paree: The video for "I Took A Little Something" was shot in Paris, and contains lots classic Parisian imagery within.
- Me's a Crowd: In the "Live a Little" video.
- One-Mario Limit: Florrie's birth name is Florence, but that's obviously occupied by somebody else in the music industry right now.
- Unusual Euphemism: "Experimenting With Rugs" is a Break-Up Song; some have speculated that its title is an innuendo about Florrie experimenting with her sexuality after ending a relationship with a man, with the 'rugs' in question being the other type, unrelated to interior decorating...
- Spiritual Successor: To Annie, by many.