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Florry, the 2018 Band To Watch and project of Philadelphia musician Francie Medosch, is coming back this summer with Big Fall, an album inspired by Gram Parsons’ “Cosmic American Music” and the alt-country and folk she listened to as a kid. While lead single “Older Girlfriend” was a punkier DIY-rock outlier, her new song “You Don’t Know” absolutely bears out that influence with its pedal steel and swaying country rhythm. Listen below.

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

Florry, the Band To Watch and project of Philadelphia musician Francie Medosch, is releasing the new album Big Fall at the end of the summer. Medosch grew up listening to alt-country and folk, and during the pandemic, she embraced “absurdist existentialism” and began writing songs inspired Gram Parsons’ self-described “Cosmic American Music.”

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

Florry, the 2018-vintage Band To Watch and project of the young Philadelphia musician Francie Medosch, has shared some new music. Since last year’s Oh You Vacation Time EP, Medosch had a major surgery and dropped off a bunch of demos on Bandcamp. And now she’s shared two new songs, “Seed Bombs” and “JF Requiem #2,” a sequel to one of those demos. They’re both lovely fingerpicked reveries, and you can listen to both below.

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

About a year-and-a-half ago, Philadelphia musician Francie Medosch released her debut album as Florry, Brown Bunny, which led us to name the project a Band To Watch. Today, she’s has released a new EP called Oh You Vacation Time, four songs of bummer acoustic rock built on Medosch’s syrupy drawl and recurring feelings of weakness […]