Jazmine Flowers returns with new single ‘detached’

“A raw talent Flowers” – Daily Mirror

“Jazmine is an extremely exciting addition to the alt R&B space and at 20 years old has so much room to grow and develop still.” – Guap magazine


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Alt-R&B rising singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Jazmine Flowers reveals a new single, 'detached' out on August 26th. Flowers is also ready to hit the stage with exciting performances at the Reading & Leeds Festival.

'detached' is yet another jaw-dropping sultry release with an insight into Flowers' diary- like lyricism and effortless, one-of-a-kind vocal arrangements. On 'detached,' Flowers unveils more of her cheeky side while giving herself 'a mantra reminding herself not to get so easily attached.'

Jazmine Flowers expands on what inspired her new single:"'Detached' was inspired, simply, by the word detached... I love the image of that classic film scene; the character wakes up the morning after a one-night stand, their arm is stuck under the person they hooked up with, they have to wriggle and slide it out without them noticing, then run out the house! I thought it was a funny concept for a song!"

The 22-year-old Brixton-born, Oxford-raised artist remains authentic and maintains admirable stamina in peeling off layers with each single. Inspired by the likes of other R&B female slayers such as Kehlani, BANKS, Sevdaliza, and Sabrina Claudio, Jazmine Flowers is becoming a unique addition to the growing UK R&B scene.

Last year's 'Adulting' EP release was the first taste of the one-to-watch talented songstress' conceptual soundtrack for growing up and naivety. 'Adulting' featured Flowers' debut single 'Awkward,' as well as other eclectic and thought-provoking tracks like 'This Isn't Happiness' and 'not my friends,' which Jazmine Flowers has written and produced herself.

Jazmine built a huge TikTok following of over 121k followers and 1 million likes with her
infectious acoustic performances and gained radio support from the likes of BBC Radio 1 Introducing, BBC Radio 1Xtra, BBC Introducing Oxford, and many more. Alongside critical acclaim from the likes of Guap magazine, Clash, Daily Mirror, Equate.

Jazmine Flowers is soaring on and off stage. Her unmistakable talent and impeccable stage presence give her a voice that can't be denied. Jazmine Flowers moves her listeners even without music as she often talks about her own experiences and issues that relate to many other young people today, including mental health and social constructs such as gender and sexuality. You can listen to her recent interview on mental health podcast, Insane In The Fem Brain here and the award winning Anthems podcast here, where she discusses what the word 'fluid' means to her, as part of their LGBTQI+ Pride series (further guests included genre bending artist Denai Moore and freelance writer Alim Kheraj (The Guardian, GQ, I-D, Gay Times).

It seems like this year is officially shaping up to be the year of Jazmine Flowers. She performed at Brighton's Great Escape Festival on the BBC Introducing Stage for her festival debut and has kept the ball rolling. Recently, Flowers joined the star-studded line- up at the BST Hyde Park Festival, and she is expected to share her talents at this year's Reading & Leeds Festival and many more.

August 28, 2022 5:51pm ET by Fifth Element PR  

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