Flawes + Rozes - Ghost Town | Music Video - Conversations About Her

Flawes + Rozes – Ghost Town | Music Video

Conversations About Her

Flawes + Rozes – Ghost Town | Music Video

 

Rising London based band Flawes have teamed up with young vocalist Rozes for their new single titled “Ghost Town”, which comes with a music video to match. The group are set to share their highly anticipated debut album Highlights in January next year by Red Bull Records.

 

Flawes first attracted the attention of music critics and fans when they dropped their self-released debut, “Don’t Wait For Me”. The song received support from many radio stations, including BBC Introducing / Radio 1.

 

Now, Flawes are back with new material recorded together with American singer-songwriter Rozes, who collaborated with Chainsmokers for their hit tune “Roses”. The premiere of “Ghost Town” is followed by the band’s headline London show on October 15 and a European tour alongside US pop collective AJR.

 

Speaking about their most recent collaboration the band said, “We finished the song originally with no feature on it and then felt it needed the other person’s perspective on the relationship too. As soon as we heard ROZES sing the second verse it made so much more sense and the song came alive! It was great working with her and on the music video shoot out in Philadelphia too. We can’t wait to perform it live with her one day!”.

 

The long awaited first full-length from Flawes is slated to come out on January 31 2020. Danceable and packed with festival anthems, Highlights will capture the band’s evolution over the course of the last few years.

 

“’Highlights’ represents the journey we’ve taken as a band over the last three years”, the group revealed. “Our sound has naturally evolved and we couldn’t be happier with where it has ended up. These 12 songs are quite literally the highlights from the writing process”.

 

Watch the video for “Ghost Town” here:

 

 

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