That's right, flor has done it again, teasing us with another single from their highly anticipated sophomore album ley lines. The new track, entitled "money," provides an auditory experience that might be comparable to climbing Mount Everest. The song starts steadily and builds in intensity more and more until you find yourself at the apex of the mountain, looking back with pride at the journey you just undertook. Subtle but strong, "money" provides distorted electric guitars that hit hard and enhance the band's carefully-crafted lyrics. Along with the new song comes a satisfying geometric visualizer that seems to replicate a futuristic 3-D printer.
Ones to Watch is bringing you flor's North American headline tour which will be underway on Sept. 10 in Pheonix, AZ. ley lines is available now for pre-order and is set to arrive Sept. 6 on all streaming platforms.
flor shared on the inspiration for the album name:
"There's a theory that important places of power like Stonehenge or the Pyramids of Giza are connected by invisible lines," shares singer/guitarist Zach Grace. "As a parallel, I needed to find my own anchor points for belief and purpose. I realized you can build those roads yourself. Friends, family, and the band are my anchors. The music comes out of the ley lines."
Listen to "money" with its official visualizer below.
Check out our thoughts on the title track from flor's forthcoming album ley lines here.