Aaron Spencer is back on the Sticky Dance Floor, peering through the crowd to tell one punter’s story in his latest single ‘Flower’.
Lockdown must have been a tricky time for Liverpool based Spencer, but he seems to be reveling in reminding us how much we miss a good night out with his first two singles. ‘Flower’ takes on a more melancholic tone, digging a little deeper into the people of the night, focusing on the character of a vulnerable young woman who hides behind her outfit and makeup as she struggles to find the space for her to blossom and flourish. Flower is a catchy little number, full of and northern charm and early noughties nostalgia.
‘Flower’ began life as a bedroom demo during lockdown that Aaron Spencer created, bringing in his band members to record on with the final sessions taking place at Oscillate Recordings.
“The song digs below the surface and states that there’s more of a sombre reason behind people’s actions. You shouldn’t judge unless you are willing to spend some time in their shoes.”
A proud Cumbrian, Aaron Spencer is now based in Liverpool as he pursues his dream of a music career. After short spells of being in bands, Aaron Spencer launched himself as a solo musician with the successful release of his 2020 solo debut ‘Sticky Dancefloor’ which received praise from CLOUT and Reyt Good Magazine. Citing D.C Fontaines, Pulp and The Courteeners as key influences. We’re looking forward to his next batch of tracks (once the bars are back open for that all-important inspiration.)
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