We have pretty much been enamored with British girl group FLO ever since they stepped on the scene with their debut single "Cardboard Box" earlier this year. Since then, the group has released their debut EP The Lead and continued to impress with their talents. In fact, they're the latest artists to perform for Vevo's DSCVR series.
The ladies of course had to kick things off with a performance of "Cardboard Box." Rather than sing to a track, they opted for a live affair. The arrangement — which includes a three-piece band on guitar, keys and MPC — strips things back while allowing the ladies and their undeniable harmonies to take front and center. The trio sounds amazing as they marry the studio and acoustic versions of the song while adding a few riffs, runs and spare melodies that weren't found in either.
They follow that one up with a live version of their current single "Immature." The song has a much darker sound than "Cardboard Box," and this arrangement stays pretty true to the album version in the beginning. The ladies sound great as they harmonize over the track with soaring vocals before the band interpolates a bit of DeBarge's "A Dream" into the latter part of the song. Then they do a bit of vocal acrobatics to cap things off with a little sweetness before they end on a breathy high note.
If you weren't already a believer in the talents of FLO, we think these two Vevo DSCVR performances will make one out of you. Press play and watch below to see what we mean.