Troi Irons’ sharp and decadent, post-rock pop goodness in title track ‘Flowers’ brings all of the goodness with zero adherence to the norm. With unique and succulent vocals, Troi’s attitude and effervescent surge for life, exudes and transcends from this single to your listening ears with palpable fun and glamour.
She is an artist creating arresting indie, no doubt.
Troi has picked up support from the likes of Billboard, Notion, Wonderland and far more. Her combination of vocals and weaving guitars gaining acclaim, from here to Sunday.
‘Flowers’ is a direct aim at a former partner. And it’s coolness we can all relate to with gumption.
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out now: title track of my upcoming album “Flowers.” —- (bio link) Wrote this song about a godawful writing session I had with this one dude. Or a session I didn’t have. An hour into it, I told him I had to move my car but instead I drove home. We could’ve made some cool noises but homeboy wouldn’t stop circle jerking himself + his shitty guitar. And he kept shitting on me for considering music a business. I guess he’ll keep working in nightlife and hating on Taylor Swift. THX MY BRO @antsalazar FOR BEING A PART OF THIS RECORD AND KILLING THE DRUMS ⚡️🌻⚡️ . . . #35mm #filmisnotdead