“What you say? Shall we skip school /Run to Paris, hotel rooms /Hannah Montana, this is real life too,” sings Flowerovlove in her infectious single Hannah Montana, reflecting on her double life of being a regular teenager studying and a rising pop star on the weekends.
In May last year, Flowerovlove dropped her debut EP Think Flower – a collection of soul-soothing bedroom pop songs with introspective lyrics and bursts of youthful optimism. As her artist name and EP title makes obvious, Flowerovlove is also passionate about nature, referencing plants on most of her songs. “Flowers in every room /Gotta show the gratitude,” she raps on Malibu. At just 16, Flowerovlove has also made a bold entrance into the fashion world, having modelled in campaigns for Gucci, Pangaia and XULY.Bët.
Get your 100% fill on Flowerovlove below.
10% Where were you born? Where were you raised? And where are you now based?
I was born in London. I’m based in London. I live in London!
20% How did you celebrate your last birthday?
I didn’t, actually. I think my life should be celebrated every day.
30% What kind of emotions and experiences influence your work?
I write subconsciously, so it tends to be whatever is going on in my mind that comes out.
40% What’s the most pointless fact you can share?
I don’t use TikTok. I look like I would, but I deleted it after spending four hours on it every day.
50% You rule the world for a day, what went down?
I would get rid of homelessness.
60% Love, Like, Hate.
I love people who are happy to be whatever they are – people who love their jobs, people who are happy to be at school, people who are happy to see you. I like good food and eating a meal with my friends. I hate people who take out their anger on other people.
70% Do you believe in horoscopes?
I wouldn’t say I’ve looked into it enough but everything people have told me about [being an Aquarius] is very factual, so I’d say I’m leaning more towards yes.
80% Your biggest pet peeve?
Probably chewing gum loudly and chewing with your mouth open.
90% At what point did you realise you’d be able to do what you love for a living?
Last year, when I started making things that actually sounded good and when I released ‘I love this song’.
100% What do you think artists can do to help save the world?
I think lyrics are really important in songs, so [it’s definitely important] to tell a story in a song. I think music in general can really save people’s mental state. Make good music, platform issues, and talk about things that are going on around the world. That could help people.