The ‘Plastic Flower’ EP featuring “White T-Shirt” and “As A Bell” reintroduced Ofelia K.’s voice to the world – compelling songs worn down to perfection that balance wistful maturity with a certain earnest and eternally young expression.
Not quite pop, not quite anything else, the young singer-songwriter showcased her beautiful symmetry with her music somewhere between an unrepressed journal entry, a comforting arm around the shoulder and her smoky, shimmering glare, her eyes so knowingly staring into you. With spins from Annie Mac at BBC Radio 1, over 1.8 million Spotify plays, and features on multiple NBC television shows, the world heard her starry eyed songs and asked for oh-so-many more.
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With her upcoming single release, “Bad Boys,” right around the corner this LA songstress once again sets her sights on capturing the public’s heart with her tunes. As Ofelia herself mentions, “This is a song about the complexity of toxic relationships and the heartbreak and struggle we endure in silence.” And with Ofelia K, you know that can only result in pure musical bliss. With every single on the ‘Plastic Flower’ EP reaching top 5 on Hypem, and Zane Lowe premiering, her forthcoming EP is guaranteed to leave your ears enraptured.