Paris-born, London-based, singer / songwriter / blues harpist Florence Joelle was bred on jazz at home, and on the music of the Paris streets.
Time Out Magazine described her as a "Super fine and sassy singer fusing a Tarrantino sense of cool, with a vocal style that imbibes both Peggy Lee and Edith Piaf amidst touches of jazz and rock'n'roll."
Florence's first album, Kiss Of Fire, was released in 2011 and was then followed up in 2013 with second record Stealing Flowers. Her incredible voice, blended with socially conscious lyrics, creates a unique blend that makes Florence stand out from the crowd. While paying homage to the past, Florence Joelle's music vibrates quite vividly in the present.