At this point it may be quite evident that I’m an Unflirt stan, but that doesn’t mean that I can’t share my biases on the page. Not too long ago I had the chance to cover her single, “Someday”, which has continued to live as the ambience that plays in my head on somber days while deep in thought. After continuing to impress me with her deeply intentional art from one release to the next, I knew that the promising London-based indie artist was on the verge of something special and her recent single, “Had Enough”, echoed that sentiment.
While my hopes and expectations remain high for any Unflirt release, my mind couldn’t have possibly predicted how special the gift extended to us earlier this week in the form of a 5-song EP would be. A vivid illustration of her thoughts and mind through the ups-and-downs of a complicated relationship, “April’s Nectar” is Unflirt’s cathartic way of processing her experiences in a reflective state of heartbreak. An ode to a fleeting love which seems to be the connecting theme between all of the records on the project, tunes like “White Noise”, “Just Pretend” and “Home” speak to not just Unflirt’s talents, but self-awareness in understanding herself and those she’s most closely-connected to. If you haven’t had the chance already, be sure to check out “April’s Nectar” below!