Rising London-based girl group FLO are back with their anticipated sophomore single, “Immature”.
The trio — comprised of members Renée, Stella and Jorja — made waves this March when their Y2K-inspired R&B-pop gem “Cardboard Box” achieved viral status globally.
“Immature” takes things in a moodier direction. On the song, Renée, Stella and Jorja take golden-age R&B [Monica, Tamia, Mýa] — and inject it with future-bound trap quirks and subtle vocal layering.
Teaming up with MNEK once again for the instrumental, FLO and beatmaker Jamal Woon craft a midtempo earworm kitted out with mellow guitars and radiant synths.
“The track is about being strong and confident in yourself and we really don’t have time for someone being immature,” FLO said. “It’s ok for you to tell a partner ‘You’re not giving me what I want and you say you want my body, but you aren’t doing anything about it!’ It’s our more grown up record and the next phase of the story to “Cardboard Box”.”
Take in “Immature” down below!