Tiger La Flor Electrifies with "rope bunny" – A Synth-Laden Trip to Vintage Glam


Rising indie pop sensation Tiger La Flor takes us on a nostalgic journey with her latest single 'rope bunny', which will be released on 17th April, followed by a visually stunning official video on 26th April. The track, which is part of her forthcoming debut EP 'see me in hell', is heavily inspired by the disco and pop sounds of the 70s and 80s, echoing the legendary vibes of Prince, ABBA and Madonna.

Hollywood-based and with a flair that screams future icon, Tiger La Flor has created 'rope bunny' as a cheeky homage to the vintage Playboy aesthetic and the uninhibited party scene of Studio 54. The song features vivid lyrics reminiscent of youthful escapades on the Lower East Side, perfectly complemented by a production team including Izzy Perri and Daniel Brooks (The Marias) and mastered by the late John Davis (Lana Del Rey).

With a growing fanbase of over 320,000 across social media platforms and significant nods from Spotify's editorial playlists including Indie Pop and Fresh Finds, Tiger's blend of gritty grunge roots and catchy pop sensibilities has garnered worldwide attention. EARMILK describes her music as "the grainy film of memories", while other media praise includes features by Ones to Watch and Fashionably Early.

An outspoken advocate for AAPI representation in music, Tiger La Flor continues to push boundaries and capture hearts, promising 'rope bunny' to be a track that will not only entertain, but resonate deeply with fans of dance pop, synthpop and indie pop.

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