WATCH: Indie Rockers flor Give ‘Something Loud’ For New Performance Piece [Exclusive] | THE NOISE


To help curate some commotion and provide a welcome distraction from the world, The Noise would like to introduce you to our new video series titled, Something Loud

Filmed in the heart of Los Angeles – with the help of our friends Betawave Media – The Noise’s new video series is bringing the, well, noise by highlighting a host of different artists from all over the musical spectrum and allowing them to showcase what “loud” means to them. 

Today, for our debut episode, we are proud to feature Oregon indie rockers flor. Fresh off their recent run supporting scene staples The Maine, the talented trio stepped into Studio Eleven43 and cooked up a piping hot set of their infectious, vibe-heavy singles “Every Night,” “Warm Blood Pt 2,” “No More Time,” and “Gotta Do Something.”

Also taking some time to elaborate on their musical influences, as well as life out on the road, flor gives viewers a brief peak behind the curtain on how the band has been able to flourish since their 2014 inception. 

To check out the new performance piece, be sure to look below. For more from flor, head here.


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