Cold is the most personal song I've written. It came out of me when I was going through a tough time that resurrected a lot of the emotions I felt at the time of my parent's divorce as a child. The experience is a huge part of who I am today and sharing how it still affects me it is an important part of showing the world who I am as an artist and connecting with my audience.
“So this is a sad song - written in the darkest of winters - at the point when maybe you might have felt a glimmer of something, a turning point." Flaming June
"In the song, I wanted to tell a story of the heartbreak, but also the hope that they can find their way back to each other in the end. I was rooting for them to reunite for a happy ending to their love story!" Presley Duyck
Just two years apart at 13 and 15 years old, the teens have an open and respectful relationship on their music creation. The voices which align perfectly with contemporary pop, grasp you with their unique vocal textures and cohesive rich harmonies.
I wanted to express my frustrations about the difficulties of dating during a pandemic. But I also wanted to write a song that was a bit ambiguous so that anyone in a relationship would relate to the song as well. Clifford
It’s a song that whether you listen to it (in the car, your home, the shower, etc) it will fill you with an empowering vibe.
This pop ballad tells about all the times that these little ones have been there for us, in our worst and best days, then when we need a hand they will always give us their paw, and that despite all their antics, we love them the same, because that makes them special, that makes them our best friends.
This pop track is the song equivalent of two people waiting to see who caves in and makes the first move. Despite the mutual attraction and both of them knowing the other's intention, they still find pleasure in this teasing game of seeing who has the most confidence and who'll be daring enough to blur the line that separates friendship from romance.