FLO made an look on the most recent episode of Rooster Store Date, with all three members participating in one-on-one dates with host Amelia Dimoldenberg.
The UK woman group is the primary full band to seem on the hit YouTube present, through which Dimoldenberg invitations musicians on awkward and irreverent dates in rooster retailers throughout London.
FLO’s members Stella, Renée, and Jorja every sat down with Dimoldenberg to speak about relationship and music. Through the episode, Jorja revealed that she doesn’t “actually get the ick” about individuals as a result of “we’re all bizarre, and all of us do bizarre stuff.” When Dimoldenberg responded that she wasn’t bizarre, Jorja replied: “It’s OK to be bizarre!”
Elsewhere, the host tried to harmonize with all three members, with hilarious outcomes. “I feel harmonizing can come naturally,” Jorja defined. “However whenever you’re harmonizing with different individuals, it’s important to work out the place you guys sit.”
Dimoldenberg additionally made her bid to hitch the trio with the assistance of a “flo chart.” Whereas Jorja was constructive about her recruitment, Stella and Renée had been much less so. “There’s three of us, and there’s three letters, and we’ve received the tattoo quantity three,” the latter reasoned in her rejection.
“However once I be a part of, we will add a ‘w’ to the top,” Dimoldenberg replied. “It nonetheless works. I’ve been serious about it, I’ve been brainstorming.” The host additionally steered she might be FLO’s dancer and choreographer – and recorder participant. “The complete bundle,” Renée commented.
Final month, FLO teamed up with hip-hop and R&B icon Missy Elliott on its newest single, “Fly Woman.” The monitor reimagined the Fly Gal for his or her followers, first established in Missy’s legendary track “Work It” in 2002.
Elliott first co-signed FLO again in April 2022, when she heard their breakthrough single “Cardboard Field”’ and shared the British woman group on Twitter properly earlier than the world knew their title.
Purchase or stream “Fly Woman.”