Rising indie pop artist tiger del flor releases new single “living in the 90s”
Hailing from the heart of the grunge movement in Seattle, rising indie pop artist tiger del flor has been gaining attention for her unique musical style. Her latest offering “living from the 90s” is a nostalgic and cinematic dream pop track taken from her upcoming debut EP see me in hell. She draws her inspiration from VHS tapes recorded by her parents during their time in Seattle in the 90s, where they mingled with local grunge bands.
Her vocals flow beautifully on top of the production— instantly drawing listeners in as she sings from the perspective of an aging rockstar reflecting on their golden days while seated at a bar. Lyrically, the track is influenced by 90s films such as Twin Peaks and Pulp Fiction, while its sonic elements take cues from bands like Mazzy Star and The Pixies.