Joe Flowers, “Oh, Lover”

Meredith Schneider

London’s burgeoning singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Joe Flowers released his latest beauty unto the world quite recently. With the slow, smooth rhythm and title of “Oh, Lover”, you’re almost a bit thrown off when his vocals hit the track, as they’re heavier than originally anticipated. But it’s a dark, raspy narrative that brings vivid imagery into the fold with his descriptions of small occurrences in a car. The track behind the words almost feels like a hot summer night as it is, so it intertwines with the lyrics almost seamlessly. When the bass drops and the vocals become more strained, you can feel the emotion behind the words and this song becomes an emotion.

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